Technology: The Week in Technology

AspenTech turns to Whiteoaks

- Whiteoaks has landed an account with AspenTech, a company that provides software and services for the oil and gas, chemicals and pharma industries. The agency beat Pleon, ITPR and Six Degrees in a competitive pitch for the EMEA-wide account. Whiteoaks will be working to target decision-makers in the energy, manufacturing, engineering and pharma markets.

- Joint Information Systems Committee has handed a five-figure account to Flagship Consulting. The public sector body promotes the innovative use of technology in higher and further education. The agency won the nine-month project in a four-way pitch. Flagship's first campaign is to promote Newsfilm Online, an archive of more than 3,000 hours of video news footage.

- Wolfstar, the online PR and social media specialist, has been hired by Danish health food company Fuerza Vital. The agency will run a digital, word of mouth and media relations campaign to launch Fuerza Vital's Rose Rich range of rosehip products in the UK.

-, the online car insurance provider, has turned to Brazil PR to run a digital campaign. Aspiring filmmakers can submit 60-second videos on and the best entry will win a year's free car insurance. The campaign was designed to promote's promise to provide insurance quotes in less than 60 seconds.

- SonicWall, a security software technology company, has handed a retained B2B contract to Inferno. The company is best known for its firewall hardware for servers, which it sells to small and medium businesses. Inferno's brief is to build brand awareness. It will be handling events, press briefings and analyst relations.

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