Ciber Software Offerings Implemented in Water Conservancy; John Budde Comments

Ciber_LogoCiber has teamed with the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District for the implementation of Infor10 Lawson software for human resources, financials and supply chain management and procurement.

Ciber said that the partnership is one of the earliest Infor10 implementations, according to a company statement.

Northern Water Financial Service Department manager John Budde said the agency “no longer needs to put any financial statements on spreadsheets and our human resources, financials and supply chain management tools are all integrated in a single system.”

The Infor10 implementation is the agency’s first fully integrated ERP system, according to the release.

Budde added it partnered with Ciber due to the company’s focus on business processes calibration before system configuration.

The Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District supplies 850,000 residents and over 640,000 acres of land in Northeastern Colorado with irrigation and municipal water.

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