Oracle, Infor, Sicuro Group, YuJa, Alion, EFT Analytics, Amazon Web Services (AWS), among others, have announced their technology deals.
Drop Tank is using Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse to fuel its loyalty solutions for gas station operators.
Drop Tank removed the time consuming process to provision, secure, monitor and tune its databases by automating data management.
“By choosing Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, we can automatically set load marks and scale, making it easy to support campaigns without having to worry about time consuming exercises like indexing, patching, and tuning,” Timothy Miller, vice president of technology, Drop Tank, said.
Modern American Steak House (MASH), a restaurant chain with growing presence in the UK, Denmark and Germany has selected Oracle Simphony Cloud to power its steak house restaurants across Europe.
Infor announced that Alila Hotels and Resorts has deployed Infor Hospitality Management System (HMS) and Infor Revenue Management Solution (RMS) for its hotel operations in Kuala Lumpur.
“Infor HMS will help us provide an excellent guest experience and improve our overall operations by shifting to the cloud,” Ajay Gamre, head of IT, Alila Hotels and Resorts, said.
Basra’s Oil Operations Centre (OOC) has appointed Sicuro Group, a CMC-licenced, Iraq-experienced tracking, communications and information provider as the exclusive operating partner.
YuJa announced a new partnership with the University of North Dakota, a public research university in Grand Forks, North Dakota, to provide site-wide implementation of a Video Platform as a Service, including video content management, recording and live streaming solutions.
The Department of Navy, Naval Air Systems Command has awarded a $980 million deal to Alion Science and Technology (Alion).
EFT Analytics, a software and energy management solutions provider, is deploying a real-time monitor that is producing exceptional outcomes at a Koch Fertilizer plant in Enid, Oklahoma.
Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced that Samsung Heavy Industries selected AWS as its cloud provider to support its digital transformation and to gain competitive advantage in the smart shipping industry.
Galileo announced its deal with Sutton Bank to supply the processing platform to help the bank expand its prepaid offerings.