Yext, Vuzix, Persistent Systems, Cape Analytics, Vonage, Trustonic, among others, announced their latest technology deals or IT deployments.
Yext, the search experience cloud company, announced its collaboration with the State of Alabama on a custom website, powered by Yext, that centralizes accurate information and updates about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vuzix, a supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, will work with the University of Louisville School of Medicine to pilot usage of the Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses for emergency response, medical education and training, and care of patients in nursing homes and aging in place.
Persistent Systems announced that U.S. Air Force awarded it a $25 million contract for the Wave Relay Tactical Assault Kit (WaRTAK) program. The refresh is expected to take four years.
Cape Analytics announced its deal with Kin Insurance, a home insurance technology company, for the deployment of geospatial property intelligence. Kin will be utilizing Cape Analytics for remote risk assessment to write policies and serve customers.
Vonage, a business cloud communications leader, announced that online accounting software provider Crunch has implemented Vonage’s contact centre and unified communications solutions to serve its customers by delivering exceptional experiences.
Trustonic, a mobile cybersecurity supplier, announced KB Kookmin Bank (KB Bank) has deployed Trustonic Application Protection (TAP) to enable a simpler authentication experience for users of its KB Star Banking app.
AkzoNobel has expanded its agreement with Orange Business Services to transform its network and security infrastructure, converge information technology/operational technology (IT/OT) and enhance security.
Penn National Insurance has tapped Citrix last year to virtualize operations, leveraging its digital workspace solutions to empower its employees to work from anywhere at any time using any device.
Science Applications International (SAIC) has won a $36 million contract from the State of Texas Department of Information Resources to provide cybersecurity services protecting data center infrastructure and network systems.
Leidos has resumed work on a new $450 million contract by the U.S. Air Force. Leidos will provide IT services to support Air Force users within the National Capital Region (NCR).
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has awarded ICF, a consulting and digital services provider, a $68 million task order to deliver enterprise-wide database administration services. ICF will supply data services, data administration and database management support for the agency’s environments and manage migrations between these environments.
Cloudera announced that LINE Corporation has chosen Cloudera to support the growth of LINE’s AI technology-based business and the Data Science and Engineering Center (DSEC).
Syncordis, a Temenos banking software specialist and a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) has been selected as the partner for a strategic Temenos T24 Transact engagement by Standard Chartered Bank as the bank transforms and upgrades its wealth platform.
BlackBerry announced that the German Development Agency, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), has chosen BlackBerry AtHoc as its emergency mass notification system.
Infosys has been selected by Siemens to deploy Wingspan, Infosys’ Digital Learning and Talent Transformation Platform. The company-wide deployment will provide employees a personalized learning experience and make it possible for them, among many other useful features, to track their progress and successes.
The European Commission has awarded a contract to Capgemini Invent to support and strengthen industry ecosystems. The main scope of this new contract is to support the establishment and development of European sectoral ISACs and to promote coordination between them.