CGI Wins $180M To Continue Running Payroll Center; Claude Marcoux Comments

CGIEbizLogoCGI Group has won a five-year, $180 million contract extension to continue operating a payroll services center for a North America-based credit union association, the company said Monday.

The Desjardins Group says it has 5.6 million members and clients in Canada and Florida and serves 400,000 businesses in Canada.

Under the contract, CGI is responsible for managing technology infrastructure and processing payroll for Desjardins’ clients.

Claude Marcoux, chief operating officer at CGI Canada, said the partnership between the two companies has lasted more than 10 years.

“Together with CGI, we will continue to invest in the upgrading and development of payroll and human resources management solutions in order to strengthen our leadership position in Quebec and pursue our growth across Canada,” said Stephane Achard, senior vice president and general manager of business and institutional services at Desjardins Group.

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