Moody’s Analytics, Rimini Street, NICE, among others, have announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
Moody’s Analytics, a provider of financial intelligence and analytical tools, announced that Mills County State Bank has selected the Moody’s Analytics Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) solution to streamline its compliance with the CECL accounting standard within its loan and investment portfolios.
Johannesburg-based accounting advisory firm i9 Partners has selected the Moody’s Analytics ImpairmentCalc solution to provide their clients with expected credit loss (ECL) calculations in accordance with the IFRS 9 accounting standards.
Rimini Street, a provider of software products and services, announced over 10 Australian federal and state government agencies have switched their enterprise software support to Rimini Street from Oracle and SAP.
NSW Department of Family and Community Services; Victorian Government Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources; Australian Hearing; and Open Universities Australia, are the new clients.
They achieved significant returns on their enterprise system investments, and have realized savings of up to 90 percent on total maintenance costs compared to what they were paying the software vendor, Rimini Street said.
Aria Systems announced its deal with Polaris Media for supplying the cloud-based, billing and monetization platform to meet the demand for digital content. Polaris, Norway’s third largest publishing company, will leverage Aria’s solution to grow and profitably manage recurring digital revenues, introduce new content bundles and drive improvement in customer experience.
PeerAssist, a provider of construction app for field work orders, has assisted California Drywall in generating $1 million in additional profit.
SafeCharge, a payments technology company, announced it is offering the regulated US online gambling industry real-time ACH payments via eCheck Select from Mazooma.
Push Doctor, a digital health provider in UK, has selected Datix as its patient safety software provider. Push Doctor will deploy three Datix modules to enable the digital physician practice to transform its current reporting system by improving accuracy of incident reports, standardising reports, and triangulating incident and risk data to identify improvement opportunities.
NICE announced that automobile major General Motors (GM) is implementing NICE Performance Management (NPM) version 7.0 to empower its contact center workforce for meeting key business goals.