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Tapestry awarded Qatar logistics support work
Tapestry Solutions will roll out an advanced Enterprise Resource Planning/Logistics Management Information System (ERP/LMIS) for the Qatar armed forces.
Work will be performed under a five-year contract, which also includes maintenance support.
Tapestry Solutions has teamed with Qatar-based Mannai Corporation, Accenture and Oracle to work on the project.
The key components of the ERP/LMIS solution are Tapestry's GOLDesp maintenance, repair and overhaul software and the Oracle E-Business suite. Mannai will implement Oracle's personnel, finance and procurement capabilities.
Tapestry's GOLDesp platform provides integrated supply, maintenance and transportation capabilities for complex assets for land, air, sea and space environments.
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