Ackroo, IDC, Magor and BluMetric among local firms doing deals.
Local loyalty and rewards company Ackroo has been chosen to provide its technology to the Dilawri Group of Companies’ in its Saskatchewan car dealerships. The first phase of the Dilawri Advantage Program, powered by Ackroo, has launched in seven of their stores in Regina, Sask. to incent and reward Dilawri customers for their patronage. Dilawri has more than 46 dealerships representing 29 automotive brands in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.
International Datacasting Corp. will assist the United States government to expand its worldwide satellite broadcast network with a contract valued in excess of $1 million. The contract includes IDC’s routers that will distribute encrypted data files and live streams to remote U.S. government agencies around the world.
In a deal valued at $156,000, Magor Corp. will install its technology across various locations of an unnamed federal government department. The contract includes the installation of 12 single panel systems and two all-in-one units of Magor's visual collaboration technology. The units have already been shipped, according to the company.
BluMetric Environmental Inc. has made its first sale in Peru with a contract valued at $1.4 million to supply a reverse osmosis water system to a large industrial chemistry producer. The BluMetric technology will provide up to three million litres of processed water per day, according to the company. It’s the second large Latin American sales announcement BluMetric has made this quarter. The first, valued at $1.6 million, was announced in March.