TechnologyAccounting SoftwareAgresso heads up government contract

Agresso heads up government contract

Agresso heads up consortium to implement new financial management system to DFID

Agresso has been chosen as the lead partner for an £11m scheme to replace the
Department for International Development’s reporting and e-information system.

Known as the ARIES Project, Agresso will head a consortium of companies
supporting DFID in redesigning its management information systems.

DFID’s legacy systems will be replace by Agresso’s financial, procurement,
and project costing and billing modules from its Business World suite in a
five-year implementation, worth £5.5m.

Other implementation partners include, Alito, HELM and Optimum.

DFID represents the UK government in fighting world poverty and has three UK
offices employing 1400 staff, plus more than 1500 people in 69 offices around
the world.

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