Sentar, TomTom, Fiserv, AVOCADO, Nielsen Brandbank, Siemens, Infor, Pareteum, Rubrik, among others, have announced their tech deals or tech deployments for their clients.
Sentar, a cybersecurity and intelligence services and technology provider, announced a nine-year, $12.1 billion contract from the U.S. Army for Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 services, known as ITES-3S.
TomTom announced its tech deal with the BMW Group to provide drivers with Live TomTom Traffic information, Online Routing and Electric Vehicle (EV) Services for BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce vehicles.
Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, announced insurance technology start-up Benekiva has added digital payment capabilities to their software as a service (SaaS) platform for life insurance companies.
Down to Earth, a natural food supermarket in Honolulu, has brought its inventory online using AVOCADO’s cloud-based local commerce platform. Now customers can browse, search, discover Down to Earth’s products and order same day delivery.
Nielsen Brandbank, a provider of digital product content for e-commerce websites and mobile shopping apps, will support Walmart to assist with content strategy and quality control.
Siemens announced its tech deal with Boeing to expand its use of Siemens’ Mentor Graphics software as part of its Second Century Enterprise Systems (2CES) initiative to transform itself, and the aerospace industry.
Infor, a provider of cloud applications, announced its tech deal with Donnelley Financial to enable clients to communicate with confidence in complex regulatory environments.
Pareteum has signed contracts — worth $15 million — with Parallax Health Sciences in the U.S., oneCentral in the Netherlands, and Naledi in South Africa. New customers will use Pareteum’s cloud platform as a service offering to enable voice, mobile, and device and data-monitoring for their companies.
Rubrik, the Cloud Data Management company, announced its tech deal with the Scottish Government’s Agriculture and Rural Economy (ARE) Directorate to protect and manage its mission critical data.
Elbit Systems UK has won a $13 million tech deal from UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to provide the MORPHEUS Battlefield Management Application (BMA).