Moody’s Analytics, BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, Velocity Solutions, Iteris, FICO, ViewPoint, Cox Communications, Deloitte Digital, among others, have announced their tech deals or technology deployments.
Moody’s Analytics, a provider of financial intelligence, has won a technology deal from Belfius, a bank insurer in Belgium. Belfius is using the Moody’s Analytics RiskIntegrity IFRS 17 solution to make the transition from their current insurance accounting frameworks to the new International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS 17).
BAE Systems has won a tech deal worth up to $376 million from the U.S. Army for the Engineering, Manufacturing, and Development (EMD) phase of the Mobile Protected Firepower (MPF) program and prototyping effort with low-rate initial production options.
Lockheed Martin has won a $585 million U.S. defense contract for a Homeland Defense Radar in Hawaii, the Pentagon said on Tuesday.
Velocity Solutions, a provider of revenue enhancement solutions to financial institutions, announced its tech deal with Entegra Bank to deploy Velocity’s Akouba digital lending platform to power its digital lending solutions for SMB borrowers.
Iteris announced its tech deal with Roy Jorgensen Associates to deploy Iteris’ ClearPath Weather to provide pavement and weather forecasting services for improved winter road maintenance response in support of the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Central 70 Project.
Raiffeisen Bank International will use the cloud edition of FICO Debt Manager solution, which the bank is piloting in Albania. The cloud edition is expected to make future upgrades faster and less dependent on IT resources at the bank.
ViewPoint Government Solutions announced Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) has selected ViewPoint Cloud to bring user-friendly permitting to the agency. VTA will be using ViewPoint Cloud to manage construction permitting in and around their transportation hubs.
Cox Communications will support the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the US with its network. At CES 2018, Cox moved more than 8.6 terabytes of data on the show’s WiFi network alone and nearly 40 terabytes of data in total internet traffic, across more than 288,00 devices, averaging two hours per device. Cox also supports the 14-screen, seven-location digital signage network within the Convention Center facility, including two new 40-foot LED screens in the concourse, and creates and manages the displayed content.
Deloitte Digital announced it supported Sony Crackle, a free streaming service from Sony Pictures Entertainment. Deloitte Digital helped Sony Crackle transform its business by leveraging StreamMIX, a DigitalMIX solution, to use actionable customer insights to improve subscriber interest, increase retention rates and grow advertising revenue.