IBM signed a C$130 million ($127.8 million), five-year agreement with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority "to create a smarter transportation solution that will lead to greater efficiencies and lower fees for airlines," GTAA said. "In this solution, air carriers and other airport tenants will receive IT services directly from IBM to support critical operations at kiosks, passenger and bag check-in counters, as well as aircraft gates." GTAA said day-to-day support of ...

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