Software AG Government Solutions, Transcom Ink Business Software Contract Extension; Tod Weber Comments


Tod Weber
Tod Weber

Software AG Government Solutions has won a $17 million contract extension to continue deploying two product suites for the U.S. Transportation Command to use in managing business processes.

The enterprise agreement includes the license and related optional services for webMethods and ARIS Business Process Management, Software AG said Thursday.

Transcom intends to use the software to move weapons, fuel, supplies and personal affects for the Defense Department and its components.

“We are very pleased that (Transcom) has chosen to expand the use of our software,” said Tod Weber, chairman and CEO of Software AG Government Solutions.

“This agreement is indicative of the significant potential we see in providing (business process management) solutions to our federal customers through our new Government Solutions company,” he added.

Transcom comprises of 150,000 uniformed military personnel, civilians, contractors and commercial partners that are responsible for a network of aircraft, ships, trucks and railcars that transport supplies.

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