Kony, AWS, Red Hat, Salesforce, CU Direct, ShareBase, among others, have announced their tech deals or technology deployments.
PSECU has selected the Kony Digital Banking Platform to respond to members’ demand for digital banking services. The platform also allows for the delivery of a seamless omnichannel experience across mobile, web, ATM, and call center channels.
CU Direct, a credit union lending technology developer, has partnered with First Financial of Maryland Federal Credit Union to implement CU Direct’s Lending 360 account and loan origination system (LOS).
Amazon Web Services announced that Open Bank, a subsidiary of Santander Group, is using AWS cloud. The digital bank runs production workloads on AWS, including its website, mobile application, and core banking system.
Amazon Web Services announced that The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (Guardian) has selected AWS as its preferred cloud provider, and is moving the majority of its workloads to AWS.
Red Hat announced that Fujitsu has adopted Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for system development at its Business Intelligence Competency Center (BICC), an internal organization to promote collection and company-wide use of its global data.
Cornerstone Financial Credit Union has selected ShareBase, a cloud-based sharing product from Hyland. Using ShareBase within its lending operations, Cornerstone FCU will gain greater control over lending documentation shared with external members.
Salesforce announced that The Michaels Companies — North America’s specialty provider of arts, crafts, framing and more — is deploying Salesforce Marketing Cloud to engage its customers with personalized content, promotions and offers.
Salesforce announced that the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is transforming how people pay for travel throughout the region with a new solution called TAPforce.
McAfee announced its support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Hub to help security professionals manage multiple dashboards and data points.
Symantec announced its intelligence assisted an FBI-led law enforcement takedown of cyber criminal rings responsible for a global ad-fraud botnet, resulting in the arrest of three individuals, five additional indictments, and the seizure of infrastructure associated with the 3ve ad-fraud scam.
Symantec was part of an industry group which helped identify infrastructure used by the attackers, including up to 700,000 infected computers and over 1 million IP addresses.