Infosys, FSS, FlexTrade Systems, Arius Technology, Newgen, ARRIS, among others, announced their technology deals or tech deployments.
Infosys announced a three-year technology partnership with the Australian Open to provide emerging technologies like Big Data & Analytics, Artificial Intelligence as well as Virtual & Augmented Reality, to improve customer experience.
India Post Payments Bank has deployed FSS’ Payment Stack. The digital payment solutions will cover 150,000 access points of India Post. The solutions include a comprehensive set of solutions to bring customers and everyday merchants together across India. FSS assumes a single mantle of responsibility for complete back-office operations.
FlexTrade Systems announced its tech deal with Australian-based, online broker Bell Direct to use FlexOMS to facilitate Smart Order Router Algo strategies for the Australian market (ASX and Chi-X Australia).
Arius Technology announced its deal with Tate, UK, to scan and reproduce artworks by artists and British masters.
IBM announced its tech deal with Sally Beauty, the world’s largest specialty retailer and distributor of professional beauty supplies, to digitally transform its commerce experience. Its Digital Transformation program is being led by IBM iX, one of the world’s largest digital agencies and global business design partners, and Bluewolf, an IBM Company and global consulting agency.
NIC Bank Kenya has transformed banking processes, using Newgen’s Business Process Management based banking solutions. The bank has streamlined its processes and achieved 90 percent increase in productivity, 65 percent reduction in turnaround time and 50 percent cut in operational costs.
ARRIS International announced its deal with HBO Latin America to supply the ARRIS DSR-7412 transcoder, and DSR-4470 receiver decoder for its content distribution network. ARRIS DSR-7412 and DSR-4470 will significantly reduce network bandwidth requirements while creating a new pathway for advanced services.