Tech deals: Intel, Orange Business, Hexagon, GTT

Intel, Orange Business Services, Hexagon, GTT, Coupa Software, Nyotron, Boomerang Commerce, among others, have announced their tech deals or technology deployments for their business clients.
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Intel today said Ambu-Trans Ambulette, a provider of non-emergency medical transportation services in New York, has reduced annual collision-related costs by 95 percent after deploying collision avoidance technology from Mobileye. Prior to implementing Mobileye in 2015, Ambu-Trans Ambulette experienced approximately 35 to 50 crashes a year, leading to estimated losses of $1 million.


GTT Communications has won a contract from the Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization (DITCO), the contracting arm of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), to provide multiple diverse 100G wavelength services between the U.S. and Europe in support of the Transoceanic Optical Transport – Atlantic (ToT-A) program.


Hexagon announced its tech deal with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) to supply software from Hexagon’s Safety & Infrastructure division to improve incident and work management at Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Coupa Software

Coupa Software, a provider of business spend management (BSM), announced its tech deal with AAA Club Alliance to support its company growth and help transform its business by advancing and automating its BSM processes.


Nyotron, a provider of OS-Centric Positive Security solution for endpoint protection, has won a tech deal from Ingram Micro to secure its approximately 34,000 associates and 5,000 servers.

Boomerang Commerce

Boomerang Commerce, the machine-learning technology company that powers commerce, has won a tech deal from Hill’s Pet Nutrition. a leader in pet nutrition products, to supply CommerceIQ to manage and optimize the performance of its product catalog on Amazon through automated reporting, insights and prioritized actions.

Orange Business Services

Orange Business Services announced its tech deal with the Arctic Shipping Company to connect its cargo ships to the network while at sea.