CGI wins pair of Calif. ERP deals

CGI Group Inc. has won two contracts totaling $29.6 million to provide enterprise resource planning software systems to state and local government customers in California.

Under one contract, CGI will deliver its Web-based AMS Advantage 3 ERP and business intelligence solution to the California Transportation Department to address its financial management needs.

The technology solution includes business intelligence tools and a data warehouse to provide reporting and data analysis, the company said. It is designed to link to the department's existing and future systems.

Under the other contract, CGI will furnish its AMS Advantage ERP software suite for Monterey County, Calif. The ERP package will address the county's financial, budgeting, human resource and payroll systems.

The ERP system is designed to integrate financial planning, budget development, financial statements, procurement, payroll processing and personnel record administration, the company said. The county will use the system to establish a foundation for e-government initiatives, streamline strategic planning and improve daily operations.

Both contracts have four-year terms.

CGI Group Inc. is based in Montreal with U.S. headquarters located in Fairfax, Va. It ranks No. 73 on Washington Technology's 2008 Top 100 list of the largest federal government prime contractors.

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