Unanet announced on Monday that the company has entered into a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) agreement with MPF Federal, a government contractor (GovCon) supporting a wide range of federal agencies including the Department of Defense (DOD), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and others.
“MPF Federal has proven itself to be an invaluable support to dozens of government agencies, but like many other expanding, successful businesses, it quickly grew out of off-the-shelf software,” said Kim Koster, vice president of GovCon product marketing for Unanet and GovCon Expert for Executive Mosaic.
Since its inception, MPF Federal has been able to manage its internal systems through off-the-shelf software designed for small businesses. With the company experiencing significant growth, the need for a superior system was necessary.
Unanet’s ERP system will help to deliver new efficiencies, controls, billing integrity and accuracy among all of its business functions. Project managers will have real-time data to analyze projects, and forecast and model budgets, P&L and staffing needs.
“They took the time to consider what their needs were, and what they wanted their ERP system to do, and we took the time to listen,” GovCon Expert Koster added. “We’re thrilled MPF Federal chose to implement Unanet, and we look forward to watching them grow and succeed further.”