Tech deals: SentinelOne, Octo, SAS, Syncron, Oracle, Orange Business

SentinelOne, Octo Consulting, SAS, Syncron, Oracle, Indi, Orange Business Services, among others, have announced their technology deals or tech deployments for their business clients.
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SentinelOne, an endpoint protection company, announced its tech deal with Abacus Group, a provider of hosted IT solutions and application hosting for alternative investment firms, to deploy the SentinelOne platform as a next-generation endpoint security solution, powering protection for its more than 3000 client PCs.

Octo Consulting

Octo Consulting Group, an IT services provider to the Federal Government, has won a $15 million contract from the Secretary of the Air Force, Financial Operations (SAF/FMF) to develop, maintain, and sustain the Air Force Financial Systems Operations (AFFSO) software systems.


SAS announced its deal with property/casualty and health/life reinsurer Gen Re to create a comprehensive platform that covers all IFRS 17 requirements.


Syncron, a provider of cloud-based after-sales service solutions for manufacturers, announced its deal with JUKI to deploy Syncron Inventory to optimize its global spare parts network. JUKI is the top sewing machine manufacturer in the world.


Oracle announced a tech deal with Cyprus Telecommunications Authority, a provider of electronic communications services in Cyprus, to deploy the Oracle Rapid Offer Design and Order Delivery (RODOD) solution to provide a modern, digital business experience for their customers, employees and partners.


Indi, a digital engagement and monetization platform, has won a contract from Jakarta-based online marketplace Tokopedia to enhance customer engagement and user experience. The Tokopedia platform enables individuals as well as small and midsize businesses to open and maintain online stores easily and for free.

Orange Business

Enedis, a European energy distributor, has selected Orange Business Services to support its transition toward smarter electricity distribution network.


IBM announced its digital transformation deal with Diltex – the Mexican company owner of Ilusion & Fiorentina labels.


Infax, a data-driven provider of IT solutions for airports and other public venues, announced the launch of its TRAX SmartRestroom facility analytics system at Detroit Metropolitan Airport’s (DTW) McNamara Terminal, a Delta Air Lines hub.


Monoprice, a 3D printer brand, announced its partnership with Polar3D to bring the Polar Cloud to its customers, starting with the MP Voxel 3D Printer. The Polar Cloud allows anyone with a browser the ability to create and transform digital models into physical objects.


Battelle has won a 5-year, $14.6 million task order from U.S. Air Force Installation Contracting Agency (AFICA) to support the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) in the development and enhancement of DTIC’s capabilities for search, discovery, and analysis of technical data and information.