LMI touts $211M Army ERP award

LMI has booked a three-year, $211 million contract to continue its work with the Army on integrating enterprise resource planning systems for business operations.

The Army’s project manager for data and analytics platforms, also known as PM ARDAP, is working to help the service branch use data as more of a strategic asset for warfighter readiness, LMI said Wednesday.

PM ARDAP also eyes cloud computing as an enabler of greater capabilities in advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning to gain insights from data stored within ERP and other systems.

LMI’s past work with the project manager includes program management support and services that have included design, development, deployment, fielding, and sustainment of Army program logistics and financial compliance domains.

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