Tech deals: Genpact, Baidu, OnBase, REI Systems, Google

Genpact, Baidu, OnBase, REI Systems, Google, Charles River IMS, among others, have announced their technology deals or tech deployments.
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Genpact announced its partnership with Kinaxis to help organizations revolutionize their supply chain planning capabilities to accelerate time to market and gain visibility of their supply chain.


Ford Motor and Baidu have launched a two-year project to test self-driving vehicles on Chinese roads, amid a race by car makers and internet firms to develop autonomous vehicle technology.


Macalester College has selected OnBase, enterprise information platform for managing content, processes and cases, as the first step in a campus-wide content management project. The college will use OnBase to digitize documents and workflows, replace paper-based processes and increase data security.

REI Systems

REI Systems has won a tech contract from the US Department of Commerce to support Department-wide implementation of Technology Business Management (TBM) over three years.


iRobot announced a collaboration with Google to integrate robotic and smart home technologies.

Charles River

Krungsri Asset Management, a Thai asset management company, has used Charles River Investment Management Solution to go live with portfolio management capabilities across all asset classes.


Volvo Cars has teamed up with Chinese search engine operator Baidu to develop a self-driving taxi for China.


PROS, a provider of AI-powered solutions, announced its deal with Jeju Air to strengthen its revenue management capabilities.


CAIXA, a public bank in Brazil, will use IBM Z for the technology infrastructure, meet new data compliance regulations such as GDPR. CAIXA has invested in six IBM Z14 machines for its Brasilia datacenter, supporting Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia hubs.


Genpact announced its multi-year tech deal with Bayer to deploy Pharmacovigilance Artificial Intelligence (PVAI) capabilities to Bayer’s existing pharmacovigilance database and IT systems.


West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) is using Oracle Cloud. WVSOM has already cut operational costs by approximately $50,000.

Vectrus Systems

Vectrus Systems has won a new $60 million task order to provide base operations support services for the U.S. Navy at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

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