J.D. Edwards wins Navajo pact

The Navajo Nation, the largest Native American government in the country, has chosen business automation software from J.D. Edwards & Co. to increase productivity and efficiency, according to the Denver-based company.

J.D. Edwards will provide the Navajo Nation with J.D. Edwards 5 software applications, including ERP 8.0, to improve government services to the tribe's members. The multimillion-dollar deal includes software, training and consulting with an enterprise seat license. It is J.D. Edwards' largest public-sector win, according to the company.

J.D. Edwards, with Deloitte & Touche LLP of New York, will help the Navajo Nation implement the solution and provide training support to the tribe.


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