CGI wins $12.5M in contracts for ERP solution

CGI has won $12.5 million in contracts to provide an enterprise resource planning solution to a Michigan city and county.

The company is partnering with Michigan Municipal Services Authority to offer CGI Advantage360, a software-as-a-service enterprise resource planning solution, and will be offering it to a number of Michigan localities, CGI said in a release.

Under the first contract worth $6.5 million, CGI will be offering its solution to the city of Grand Rapids. Under the second, a $6 million contract, the company will offer its solution to Kent County.

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