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Boston Apparel selects CIBER QuickWear for future growth
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Aug '09
CIBER Inc, a global provider of information technology (IT) services, has been awarded a software and implementation contract from Boston Apparel Group, a direct marketer of apparel and related fashion products via catalogs and the internet.

Boston Apparel Group chose the SAP Apparel and Footwear application – along with SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) - as its platform for future growth. CIBER's nine-month implementation contract will include the roll out of the CIBER QuickWear solution for SAP Apparel and Footwear, as well as SAP CRM.

The rapid implementation template of CIBER's QuickWear solution for SAP Apparel and Footwear aims to reduce costs, streamline processes, and allow Boston Apparel Group to execute an aggressive growth strategy. The implementation will replace the multiple disparate systems Boston Apparel Group is currently running, as well as increase real-time information about product availability. CIBER will be providing implementation, project management and training services throughout the duration of this project.

“We are excited to be working with CIBER as they are a leader in implementations of SAP Apparel and Footwear with a significant reference base,” said David Blakelock, Vice President of Information Technology for Boston Apparel Group. “CIBER's impressive capabilities will enable us to better serve our customers and allow our processes to run more smoothly and effectively.”

Jay Wheeler, Senior Vice President of CIBER's U.S. SAP Practice, said, “CIBER is very pleased to be partnering with Boston Apparel Group. Our preconfigured QuickWear solution for SAP Apparel and Footwear will help ensure a quick implementation and provide Boston Apparel Group with all the benefits associated with the SAP application.”

CIBER Inc

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