Agresso Australia wins government contract

Agresso Australia wins government contract

Business information management company Agresso Australia has won a contract to provide its financial management software, AGRESSO ERP, to a government office.

The Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) chose the solution through a competitive tender process, the company said.

The CDPP is an independent prosecuting office set up by parliament to pursue alleged legal offences and strip offenders of the proceeds of their crimes. It has around 590 staff in offices in each state and territory.

Agresso's financial management information system will replace the SAP Finance platform the office has been using for around a decade. Implementation is expected to be complete in July.

Agresso Australia said the contract with a high-profile client is a key win in its government strategy for Australia.

The company also recently scored a deal with the Queensland Department of Education.

The AGRESSO ERP suite was developed by Unit4, a Dutch-headquartered company which merged with the Agresso Group in 2000.

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