, a provider of information technology modernization solutions, has landed a contract worth more than $1.5 million for a “leading transportation and logistics company.”

BluePhoenix (Nasdaq: BPHX) did not identify the client.

The Cary-based firm said it will “modernize” the client’s financial shipment management solutions from an IBM mainframe-hosted system to a Linux operating system. Legacy data bases will be converted to Oracle and legacy applications to Java.

"This engagement is testimony to our ability to provide businesses with impartial technology modernization advice and to then be able to execute those recommendations for them" said Yaron Tchwella, chief executive officer at BluePhoenix.