Attain Obtains $240 Million Army Deal, Biggest in Co.’s History; Greg Baroni Comments

Greg Baroni

Attain secured a deal to support the Army’s Enterprise Systems Integration Program, the largest in the firm’s history.

The AESIP Enterprise Resource Planning, Enterprise Application Services ID/IQ carries a ceiling value of $240 million.  AESIP is aiming to build a single, integrated ERP system across the Department of the Army.

“We are pleased with the opportunity to once again support the U.S. Department of the Army and provide assistance with enhancing its services to its constituents, ” CEO Greg Baroni said. “Not only is AESIP Attain’s largest prime contract since inception in 2009, but it’s also a very strategic win that puts Attain at the center of the Army’s ERP convergence and integration efforts and at the heart of its business transformation and change management initiatives.”

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