Three items on business for Oct. 7, 2020 – News – MetroWest Daily News, Framingham, MA

Thursday Oct 8, 2020 at 11:18 AM Oct 8, 2020 at 11:18 AM Send news about your local business to [email protected] We’re interested in news about business people, expansions, openings and community involvement by MetroWest businesses and business people. Follow Daily News Business Editor Bob Tremblay on Twitter @Bob Tremblay_MW. ProcessUnity, RiskRecon announce technology partnershipConcord-based ProcessUnity, a […]

Send news about your local business to [email protected] We’re interested in news about business people, expansions, openings and community involvement by MetroWest businesses and business people. Follow Daily News Business Editor Bob Tremblay on Twitter @Bob Tremblay_MW.

ProcessUnity, RiskRecon announce technology partnership
Concord-based ProcessUnity, a provider of cloud-based applications for risk and compliance management and RiskRecon, a Mastercard company, recently announced a technology partnership to integrate RiskRecon’s Third-Party Ratings Data within ProcessUnity’s Vendor Risk Management platform. Integrating RiskRecon’s ratings into ProcessUnity’s vendor risk automation system provides ProcessUnity customers with additional insights into the cyber risk of third parties. This pre-built connector incorporates RiskRecon’s continuous cybersecurity performance measurements into the assessment process to facilitate more rigorous due diligence, performance reviews and SLA monitoring.

Charles River Bank donates 1.5K for Medway Community Farm improvements
Medway Community Farm recently completed improvements to their Farm Store location at 50 Winthrop St. A supporter of MCF, Charles River Bank donated $1,500 to sponsor the new road-side sign installed to attract the attention of those driving by the MCF Store. Incorporated in 2009 and operating on 7 acres, MCF aims to provide locally-grown food, educational programming, volunteer opportunities and public events to the local community.

Paytronix Order & Delivery integrates with Oracle MICROS Simphony POS
Newton’s Paytronix Systems, Inc., a digital guest experience platform and a member of Oracle PartnerNetwork, recently announced the integration of Paytronix Order & Delivery with Oracle MICROS Simphony POS. The Oracle Cloud integration combines the process of deploying the full-service Paytronix Order & Delivery platform with Oracle MICROS Simphony POS for processing and management of digital orders.

 

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