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Ciber Wins Commercial Satellite Contract

Ciber, Inc. (NYSE:CBR) has won a private contract with Navman Wireless Holdings, LP.

Navman Wireless, a firm focused on vehicle and asset tracking solutions via GPS satellite technology, requested that Ciber implement SAP® software solutions for financials, sales and product services, including the SAP ERP and SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) applications.

The global implementation will cover the majority of the company’s North American, European, New Zealand, Australian, and Asian operations.

The implementation of SAP solutions will better equip Navman Wireless to serve global clients, and continue to provide fleet management services, including two-way messaging and integrated satellite turn-by-turn navigation solutions, worldwide for a diverse variety of end-market and fleet-size customers.

“CIBER was able to clearly establish its understanding of our business requirements and map these requirements with SAP Best Practice offerings, ” explained Mike Henn, executive vice president and CFO of Navman Wireless.

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