Delphi, Panasonic, Citrix Systems, Fujitsu Network, Pitney Bowes, OpenTable, GMO GlobalSign, Aptos, Oracle, among others, announced their latest IT deals with their enterprise customers.
Delphi Display Systems announced its tech deal with Taco Bell to supply Order Confirmation Board (OCB) technology.
Panasonic announced that illusionist Criss Angel has selected its professional visual solutions to create his vision for an over-the-top theatrical spectacular: Criss Angel MINDFREAK at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Las Vegas.
Saab, a military defence and civil security company, has selected Citrix Systems and DXC Technology, and created an intelligent digital workspace for its 16,000 employees to share technology, ideas and thinking across more than 80 locations.
Fujitsu Network Communications announced that communications carrier Marcatel deployed 1FINITY T310 transport blades in their optical transport network.
Pitney Bowes announced that it’s working with new clients such as American Apparel, Bric’s Milano, Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, Tata Harper Skincare, Westport Big & Tall and Kendra Scott, for supporting their global expansion.
Hard Rock International has selected OpenTable, a provider of online reservations, to boost online reservations in all U.S. and European company-owned cafe locations.
GMO GlobalSign announced its tech deal with Excubia, a banking software provider, for the deployment of Digital Signing Service (DSS).
Aptos announced its tech deal with L.K.Bennett, the British accessible luxury brand, for supplying Aptos’ Singular Retail solutions in the cloud.
JOANN Stores, a craft and fabric retailer, has selected Oracle to create a modern experience with a 360-degree view of customer engagement.