Yottaa, Amazon Web Services (AWS), GroupBy, ICF, Intermap Technologies, Lionstone Investments, 3D Systems, netElastic, CalAmp, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments for business clients.
Yottaa, a Cloud platform for accelerating eCommerce, announced its tech deal with Carter’s, the largest branded marketer in North America of apparel exclusively for babies and young children, to improve website performance for its e-commerce sites.
Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced its deal with Pro Football Focus (PFF), a subscription-based analytics service that supplies data to the National Football League (NFL), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and Canadian Football League (CFL) teams, to move its infrastructure to AWS. AWS is also its official cloud and machine learning provider.
GroupBy, a provider of e-commerce solutions, announced its tech deal with W.B. Mason, a US-based office products supplier, for the deployment of GroupBy’s User Experience Platform to enhance the online shopping experience for its customers.
ICF has won a $330 million contract from the U.S. Navy to provide cyberspace technical, management and professional services.
Intermap Technologies, a geospatial intelligence solutions provider, has received a task order for $3.2 million to provide terrain elevation models, related imagery, multi-sensor/multi-frequency source data and feature layer extraction for a government customer.
Lionstone Investments announced its tech deal with Austin-based smart building software company Bractlet to deploy its technology at 31 office properties totaling nearly 9 million square feet. The platform identifies building performance optimizations aimed at reducing operating expenses.
3D Systems has won a $15 million contract from the Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to create the world’s largest, fastest, most precise metal 3D printer.
netElastic, a software company providing routing solutions, announced that Telpin, a high-speed Internet service provider, selected netElastic vBNG to support its growing customer base and replace its costly Juniper MX routers.
CalAmp has won a tech contract from the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) for the deployment of CalAmp’s iOn fleet software as a service (SaaS) technology to manage fleet vehicles and snowplow assets, covering approximately 12,000 vehicles.