Big xyt, Fiserv, Moody’s Analytics, Amazon Web Services, Orange Business, Booz Allen Hamilton, among others, announced their latest technology deals or IT deployment for their clients.
big xyt, a supplier of market data analytics, announced that Kepler Cheuvreux, a financial services firm, is implementing its Execution Analytics including Transaction Cost Analysis (TCA).
Fiserv, a supplier of financial services technology solutions, announced that Air Academy Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, has selected a new core account processing platform and suite of integrated solutions from Fiserv to modernize its operations, gain efficiencies and increase overall agility.
Moody’s Analytics, a supplier of financial intelligence, has been selected by Kommunal Landspensjonskasse Mutual Insurance Company (KLP), one of Norway’s largest life insurance companies. KLP will use the Moody’s Analytics RiskIntegrity for IFRS 17 solution to address the new IFRS 17 accounting framework for insurance contracts.
Orange Business Services
Orange Business Services has selected Ekinops and Dell Technologies as partners for a new universal customer premise equipment (uCPE) solution. This platform plays a key role in network transformation, including software defined networking (SDx). Orange Business Services will deliver solutions based on this uCPE to mid-market and large enterprise customers starting in 2020.
Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that 3M is moving its enterprise IT infrastructure to AWS. 3M is migrating its enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, including accounting, supply chain management, manufacturing, product lifecycle management, and e-commerce, along with business-critical enterprise IT applications, to AWS cloud.
Booz Allen Hamilton
National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) awarded Booz Allen Hamilton a contract, with a ceiling of $147.4 million over 5 years, to provide technical support and services.