TCS, Google, NTT DATA, PTC, Cleo, Citrix Systems, BlackBerry, Pareteum, Lear, Honeywell, Colo Atl, Sabre, Electrovaya, among others, announced their IT deals or tech deployments.
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Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has expanded its tech deal with Posten Norge (Norway Post) to build a digital stack to enable product innovation and superior customer experience.
TCS will develop modern, intelligent and automated solutions for Posten. This move will accelerate Posten’s growth by enabling adoption of agile working methods, harmonising IT services and driving automation.
Automobile major General Motors will use embedded Google technology to power navigation, voice activated controls and other vehicle infotainment functions starting in 2021, in a win for Alphabet in the race with Amazon.com and other technology companies to control dashboards.
PTC announced BID Group Technologies, a global leader in the forest products industry, will leverage PTC’s ThingWorx Industrial Internet of Things platform to develop BID Group’s predictive analytics product.
NTT DATA Federal Government announced a five-year, $58 million contract to provide the U.S. Navy with engineering and logistics programs support for Commander, Submarine Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet (COMSUBPAC).
Cleo announced its tech deal with Argo Tea, a Chicago-based tea manufacturer and retailer, for the deployment of Cleo Integration Cloud as its EDI (electronic data interchange) solution to enable faster business transactions and document sharing with its many e-commerce business and trading partners.
Citrix Systems says it is assisting San Francisco 49ers to transform its operations. 49ers have created a digital workspace in which its team off the field can efficiently collaborate to deliver a superior product on the field.
BlackBerry has strengthened their partnership with Jaguar Land Rover in developing the automotive manufacturer’s next generation vehicles. Jaguar Land Rover will use BlackBerry Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies for Automotive. Leveraging BlackBerry QNX and BlackBerry Cylance.
Lear Corporation’s Xevo, an automotive software company, has partnered with Hyundai Motor Company to deliver Xevo Market capabilities into Hyundai vehicles in the U.S. and Europe.
Pareteum announced that Beam Suntory, a premium spirits supplier, has expanded the deployment of the Pareteum Experience Cloud to deliver Wi-Fi connectivity to members of its workforce using the platform’s 65 million hotspots worldwide.
Honeywell announced its tech deal with retail supply chain services provider The Apparel Logistics Group to help the company expand the e-commerce order output at its distribution center in Dallas.
Perspecta has won a $166 million prime contract from the United States Senate for its Information Technology Support Contract IV (ITSC IV).
Colo Atl, an American Tower company and a provider of carrier-neutral colocation, data center and interconnection services, announced that West Carolina Tel has selected Colo Atl for interconnection and colocation services as its network expands.
Sabre announced that China-based carrier Shandong Airlines has selected several intelligent retailing solutions from the Sabre Commercial Platform. Shandong Airlines will use Sabre AirVision Schedule Manager and Sabre AirVision Fares Manager to drive revenue optimization.
Electrovaya has won new purchase order worth $7.3 million from Walmart Canada for the supply of its forklift battery systems. The retailer will convert all the forklifts at two of its distribution centres to Electrovaya’s drop-in lithium ion battery systems.