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The Value of Managed IT Services

In challenging economic times, any solution that can lower total cost of ownership and operations is worth considering. Managed Services, the practice of transferring the responsibility of managing day-to-day Information Technology (IT) to an outside organization, accomplishes both. This approach can also improve the effectiveness and efficiency of IT operations, production support, and lifecycle maintenance...

Successful ERP Implementation in Local Government

Successful ERP Implementation in Local Government Local governments are turning to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems to provide business support and reporting. ERP implementation may become a necessity to compensate for reduced funding and government that is more efficient. Government environments face unique and complex challenges in the successful implementation of integrated systems.  Public sector...

Talent Management in Public Sector

A large metropolitan school district must attract, enrich, and retain quality teachers and administrators in order to contribute to the community vibrancy and economic performance. One key area of focus in today’s education reform is the improvement of data systems to track and support teacher performance. Clearly, a modern ERP Human Resource Information System provides the basis for improved data...

Lawson Deployment at the City of Boise

BOISE, Idaho, Aug. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — CIBER, Inc. (CBR, Trade), a global information technology consulting and managed services company, signed an eighteen-month contract with the City of Boise for a multi-application deployment of Lawson Software’s Human Resource Management, Enterprise Financial Management and Supply Chain Management suites. This project, dubbed “Vision 2020”...

Capability Transfer

One of the key goals in execution of a large scale IT project such as an ERP implementation is achieving self-sufficiency post implementation. However, that kind of independence must have a clear path and plan to achieve it. It is far more valuable to the client to transfer capability than to simply transfer knowledge. Knowledge transfer focuses on conveying information from one individual to another, producing...
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