Transport NSW picks SAP as ERP core

February 3, 2015 Featured Articles

Transport for NSW has chosen SAP as the underlying software in its massive enterprise resource planning (ERP) system consolidation program, and awarded a three-year, $13 million contract for the migration of existing data into the consolidated system.

The agency has been hesitant to reveal details of the mammoth consolidation project, which was given $150 million in funding between 2012 and 2016 in the state government’s 2012 budget.

It late last week awarded the first contract in the multi-year project.

Global data migration solution provider BackOffice Associates will be given $12.8 million over three years to migrate the mass amounts of data located in the transport cluster’s numerous ERP systems into the new solution . . .

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