IT deals: Uptake, Sparta, Revvo, QAD, Salesforce

Uptake, Sparta Systems, Oracle, Revvo, Tempo Automation, QAD, Salesforce, FICO, IBS Software, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
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Codelco, a copper producer, has selected Uptake, Industrial artificial intelligence provider, to support Codelco’s digital transformation. Codelco will deploy artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor the health of mining equipment to run operations efficiently and predict maintenance needs.

Sparta Systems

Sparta Systems, a provider of quality management software and services, announced that more than 100 customers across the life science industry have selected TrackWise Digital.


AirAsia is working with Oracle to centralise and streamline its finance operations by leveraging the Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud.

Tempo Automation

Tempo Automation, an electronics manufacturer for prototyping and low-volume production of printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs), announced a contract with global security and aerospace company Lockheed Martin.


QAD, a provider of enterprise software and services for manufacturing companies, inked a deal with American Vanguard Corporation for deploying QAD Business Intelligence (BI) for its AMVAC Chemical Corporation subsidiary. AMVAC will also deploy QAD Cloud ERP at three new sites.


Salesforce announced its CRM deal with Evercore, an investment banking advisory firm, to optimize client relationships by consolidating existing client data into a single global platform.


FICO announced Santander Bank Polska has achieved 160 percent uplift in automated arrears resolution since using Customer Communication Services to execute multi-channel customer communications. Santander Bank resolved 25 percent of its collections cases without any human involvement, and reduced delinquency rates by 20 percent in the first quarter of 2018.

IBS Software

IBS Software (IBS) announced a tech deal with Air Canada to power the airline’s new loyalty program, launching in 2020. Air Canada will use IBS’s iFly Loyalty Suite as the core technology solution for its new program under a multi-year Software-as-a-Service agreement.

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