Verafin, KBR, Oracle, SPA, among others, have announced their IT business deals with their enterprise clients.
United Bank has selected Verafin, a BSA/AML and fraud detection (FRAMLx) software, to improve customer experience.
KBR announced that SGT, a unit of KBRwyle, has won a seat on the $12.1 billion U.S. Army Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 (ITES-3) Services Contract. The U.S. Army Contracting Command (ACC) selected KBRwyle as a prime contractor.
Polish footwear retailer CCC Group is using retail technology from Oracle for its digital transformation. Oracle Retail Merchandising and Planning and Optimization solutions assisted the retail company to maximize profitability. Oracle Retail Clearance Optimization enabled CCC Group to achieve 4.2 percent increase in gross margin and 7.1 percent increase in inventory sell-through.
Systems Planning and Analysis (SPA) has won a 5-year, $20 million prime contract by the Office of Naval Research (ONR). SPA will provide technical and operational analysis, modeling and simulation, and technology transition planning and management as per the contract.
Infor has become a key technology supplier to integrated steel producer Liberty Speciality Steels UK. Specialty Steels deployed Infor CloudSuite Industrial Enterprise as a multi-tenant cloud deployment.
GEP, a provider of procurement software and procurement services, announced its tech deal with Legal and General for deploying SMART by GEP procurement software.
Global footwear retailer Bata has deployed Oracle Retail technology to improve planning and supply chain efficiency while enhancing the customer experience in stores. Bata aims to modernize its supply chain, reduce markdowns and unnecessary inventory investment, and improve margin potential.