Infosys, NetApp, Docutech, Rambus, Booz Allen, McAfee, among others, have announced their technology deals.
Infosys announced that Ayeyarwaddy Farmers Development Bank in Myanmar has decided to adopt the Finacle solution to power the bank’s digital transformation. Finacle will assist the bank to drive growth and innovation through banking services and an enriched product portfolio.
NetApp has assisted Nova Techset, a supplier of prepress services for publishing, to deploy hybrid Cloud solutions that improve speed and accessibility for 800 users to work faster and more efficiently, reduced data backup window from a week to a day and reduced data recovery time to two hours.
Mountain America Credit Union has selected Docutech’s ConformX dynamic document generation engine, Solex eSign and eClose, and print fulfillment services to streamline new account onboarding, and consumer, home equity and short-term mortgage refinance lending processes for its branches across the US
ACI Worldwide announced that Rabobank will use ACI Issuer to modernize the management of its card portfolio business. The solution will allow Rabobank to issue payment products, including all card types and new tokenized payment products.
Coles, a retail group in Australias, has selected the Rambus Unified Payment Platform to power its Digital Payment Solutions.
Booz Allen announced a $92 million order from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) to provide cybersecurity, technical, and program management services to PMW 130 over a five-year period.
AS Roma football club is using the Egnyte platform to modernise its infrastructure as they move to the cloud.
McAfee announced its deal with LG to pre-load McAfee Safe Family on the LG G7 ThinQ, Q7, Q7+, and Q Stylus in 32 European countries.
Indian Oil (IOCL) has selected Honeywell UOP’s Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology to supply hydrogen at five of its refineries. Honeywell UOP will provide new PSA units to IOCL refineries at Gujarat, Panipat, and Mathura, and will upgrade existing hydrogen plants with UOP’s Polybed PSA technology at refineries in Haldia, Guwahati and Gujarat.
GEP, a provider of procurement software and procurement services, announced that Lennox International has selected SMART by GEP procurement software for its source-to-pay capabilities, including spend analysis and visibility, savings and project tracking, sourcing, contract and supplier management.
Automobile company Daimler has selected Solace to provide the technology that powers their Mercedes me app and associated services by streaming information between their vehicles and back-end applications.
Daimler decided to use MQTT for communications to and from vehicles and needed a technology that could handle the sophisticated routing required at massive scale. Daimler chose Solace’s message broker to power MQTT and other communications Veit Group.