Deltek Cloud-Based Costpoint Picked to Manage CTI Enterprise Resources; Tom Mazich Comments

Tom Mazich
Tom Mazich

CTI Resource Management Services has chosen Deltek to help with enterprise resource planning using its Costpoint in the Cloud system.

Deltek said Tuesday that CTI envisions Deltek Costpoint as providing structure to the Jacksonville, Florida-based government contractor’s operations in the areas of workforce and financial management, reporting and compliance.

Deltek’s cloud ERP system works to deliver real-time updates on a project’s status, as well as automate recruitment, onboarding and other human capital management processes.

“Deltek deeply understands the needs of government contractors… [to] manage the full project lifecycle… while staying compliant with government rules and regulations,” said Tom Mazich, Deltek executive vice president and general manager for government contracting.

“We welcome CTI to our growing community of cloud ERP customers and look forward to helping the company take its business to the next level.”

CTI is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business with products and services that include enterprise software and logistics support, help desk and administrative support staff assistance, and government contracting and training.

 

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