Micro Focus has announced the acquisition of COBOL-IT, a strategic vendor of open-source COBOL solutions.
ABB and HPE partnership to provide actionable insights across industrial plants, cloud and on-premises data centers for higher productivity and innovation.
Fujitsu Limited and Microsoft Corporation today announced their agreement to collaborate in the field of artificial intelligence to accelerate the transformation of the ways people work in companies.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has won a $2.25 billion outsourcing contract from US-based consumer research firm Nielsen.
The people at Momentum Energy, a utilities company based in Australia, are pretty brave folk. Over the last year they have ripped out their legacy systems and replaced them with completely new cloud-based solutions. This approach runs against the (admittedly now out-of-favour) trend of implementing giant ERP systems but also the (very much on-trend) implementation
Capita plc has announced that it has signed a contract with Transport for London (TfL) for the provision and ongoing management of its Access and Wide Area Network services across all TfL sites.
Vatican’s Ministry of Communications selects Accenture to help design and deliver its new communications system
Accenture has announced that the Ministry of Communications of the Vatican has appointed Accenture Interactive to help design and deliver its new communications system called Vatican News.
CGI has been selected by Glasgow City Council (GCC) to provide transformational IT services to enable the introduction of integrated digital services for the Glasgow area.
If there was ever a deal that demonstrated how the symbiotic relationship between technology and banking is maturing it is the one that was announced recently by Sbanken and EVRY. Sbanken is a Norwegian bank that was formed in 2000 as Skandiabanken. It is a purely digital bank that has no branches but provides a
NTT DATA study finds Alexa and Siri will drive the digital customer experience of the future for financial services firms
According to research findings released by NTT DATA Services, voice-controlled virtual assistants such as Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri will influence the future of online and mobile interactions between consumers and their financial services institutions and insurance carriers.