Tech deals: Intel, Epicor, IBS Software, IBM

Intel, Epicor, IBS Software, among others, have announced their tech deals or technology deployments.
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Automobile major Volkswagen and Intel’s Mobileye are planning to roll out Israel’s first ride-hailing service using self-driving cars starting early next year. Volkswagen and Mobileye will form a joint venture with Israeli car importer Champion Motors. Volkswagen will provide the electric vehicles and Mobileye its autonomous driving technology.


Epicor Software has collaborated with Google for the development of a new consumer-facing search feature covering automotive replacement parts. The feature — powered by the Epicor ListingExpert parts listing solution — will enable Google users to identify local and online availability and pricing for parts sold through aftermarket suppliers.

IBS Software

TruJet, a regional airline in India, has selected aviation IT company IBS Software for its passenger service system (PSS). IBS will implement iFly Res solution for passenger reservations covering the inventory, fares and ticketing functionality.


Kx, a division of First Derivatives, announced its tech deal to provide advanced analytics capabilities within Survalent Technology’s Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) platform, SurvalentONE.


International Game Technology subsidiary IGT Global Solutions has signed a 6-year contract extension with the Texas Lottery Commission to printing instant tickets.


IBM announced its tech deal with Smart Dubai to launch the Dubai Blockchain Platform, a blockchain platform being delivered through an IBM Cloud as-a-service in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).


Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) and Cargill will form a joint venture to provide grain marketing decision support, e-commerce and account management software for North American farmers.


OneTrust announced its tech deal with Virtuoso, a travel agency network specializing in luxury and experiential travel, for managing its privacy program and marketing compliance initiatives.


RingCentral announced its tech deal with Opus 2, a legal technology business, to deploy RingCentral Rooms video conferencing solution to build its virtual courtroom offering and help manage cases worldwide.

Octo Consulting

Octo Consulting Group (Octo) announced its $75 million multiyear contract by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to provide information technology (IT) support services to the NIH’s National Cancer Institute (NCI)’s Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT).


Perspecta subsidiary Enterprise Services has won a 5-year $564 million contract from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) to provide maintenance and integration services of mission-critical hardware and software.

Google Cloud

Ooyala, a provider of content supply chain solutions for OTT, content production, and digital distribution, announced its deal with Google Cloud for Ooyala Flex Media Platform, which empowers media owners to automate their video workflows.

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