CGI Group has won an eight-year, $53 million contract to provide a financial management system to the state of Arizona as the state aims to move to an enterprise resource planning system.
The state will retire its 20-year legacy system and other systems used by agencies, then move to the company-hosted CGI Advantage enterprise resource planning system, CGI said Friday.
CGI aims to help Arizona’s government remove redundancies from using multiple systems and to access one source of data through CGI Advantage.
Dave Delgado, a CGI senior vice president, said the company aims to provide government customers a single point of accountability for software and services.
“Our vision is to re-engineer our business processes and leverage the best practices and innovative technology provided by CGI Advantage,” said D. Clark Partridge, Arizona state comptroller.