IBM, Qadium, Itero Group and Tyler Technologies have announced their latest technology deals.
Tyler Technologies has signed an agreement with the Summit County Consortium in Ohio for supplying Tyler’s public safety solutions.
Tyler will provide its New World public safety solutions to 26 agencies served by the six PSAPs in Summit County. The agreement extends to six public safety answering points (PSAPs) for the Summit County Sheriff’s Office and the cities of Green, Stow, Cuyahoga Falls, Fairlawn, and Akron.
Cybersecurity start-up Qadium has received a $37.6 million contract from the US Department of Defense.
Itero Group has won a 5-year US General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 contract to service federal, local, and state government agencies.
IBM announced a five-year $140 million deal with Bank of Ayudhya in Thailand to support the bank’s roadmap for growth and focus on digital banking. The new agreement between IBM and Krungsri covers managed services across IBM mainframe z14, storage including Flash, servers, network and ATMs.
OSI Systems announced today that its Security division has received a five-year contract valued up to $140 million from the United States Customs and Border Protection (US CBP) for the service and maintenance of its cargo, vehicle, and parcel inspection systems.
The company also has received a delivery order for approximately $25 million to provide support services, including maintenance services, logistics, parts, and program management required to sustain the agency’s inspection systems.
IBM also announced the expansion of a services agreement with Anthem, a healthcare company in the US, to drive Anthem’s digital transformation.
Tim Skeen, CIO of Anthem, said: “Our partnership with IBM will help establish a stronger foundation for Anthem to respond to the changing demands in the market, deliver greater quality of services for consumers.”