CyrusOne, Moody’s Analytics, FoodLogiQ, Ellie Mae, T-Mobile, Fiserv, among others, have announced their technology deals.
Science Applications International (SAIC) will relocate one of its two data centers to a CyrusOne data center in Northern Virginia by the first half of 2019.
Moody’s Analytics, a provider of financial intelligence, will supply its technology to Santander UK. Santander UK will be using Moody’s Analytics Portfolio Risk Analytics to assist with its internal governance and investment risk categorization processes for its retail investments range.
FoodLogiQ announced its tech deal with Tyson Foods to supply FoodLogiQ Connect’s Manage + Monitor product for supply chain visibility, streamlined supplier management, and quality issue tracking and reporting.
Ellie Mae announced its tech deal with TD Bank for the deployment of initial rollout of the Encompass percent digital mortgage solution. TD Bank is leveraging Encompass to streamline origination and call center vendor integrations onto one platform, speed up deployment of new online products, and reduce the bank’s loan cycle time.
T-Mobile announced its mobility deal with the City of El Paso, Texas to provide 1,350 voice and data lines for city employees, deployed across 26 city departments ranging from Planning and Inspections to International Bridges.
Fiserv announced its tech deal with US Alliance Group (USAG) to supply debit gateway solution to offer enhanced processing capabilities, as well as scalability for USAG to grow its Payment Processing business.
Newgen Software recently announced its deal with American National Bank of Texas (ANBTX) to supply consumer loan origination solution to digitize and automate its retail lending process.
Axon Public Safety Australia
Axon Public Safety Australia announced that Tasmania Police in Australia is rolling out more than 750 Axon Body 2 cameras backed by the Evidence.com cloud solution to help store, manage and share digital data.
Tasmania Police also purchased Axon Citizen, a public evidence submission tool that allows police agencies to securely receive videos and photos from the community.
Kim Technologies has signed a contract with Riverview Law for Riverview Law to use its software to deliver its managed service and project solutions to customers on a global basis.