Softek International, Inc. (Softek), a professional services company specializing in ERP consulting and implementation services, is pleased to announce that the U.S. Army has awarded the company the Army ERP Services Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) prime contract.
The Army ERP Services contract will provide the Army with a full range of services including design, development, deployment, fielding, and sustainment services required for the Army ERP programs and organizations including Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP), Global Combat Support Systems – Army (GCSS-A), Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), General Funds Enterprise Business System (GFEBS), Army Contract Writing System (ACWS) Army Shared Services Center (Army-SSC) and Army Stakeholder Organizations.
As prime contractor for this project, Softek International will work with the Army on a wide range of ERP services. “We are very proud that the Army selected us as their partner in the mission to sustain and implement some of the largest and most complex ERP implementations in the world. This contract award represents a major milestone in Softek’s ability to deliver ERP services,” said Softek’s CEO Niraj Sinha. Army ERP Services is five-year, multiple-award IDIQ contract running through 2021.
“Softek’s selection as a prime contractor to support the Army ERP programs is a major win. Our strategic approach to Enterprise Resource Planning and knowledge of SAP technology will allow the Army to rapidly deliver on its mission of improving ERP implementations at a reduced cost,” said Lance Carroll, Vice President at Softek International.
Softek International has assembled a highly skilled and accomplished team to address the Army ERP requirements. Team Softek’s subcontractors are Northrop Grumman, AT&T Government Solutions, Infosys Public Services, Genesis Consulting, Cayuse Technologies, Joint Logistics Managers, Business Information Technology and Sierra Infosys.
Source: Softek International, Inc.
Date: Jan 8, 2016