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Peraton CIO Rob Giannetta Outlines Firm’s Business Transformation Using Deltek ERP Tech

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 9, 2018 — Peraton has worked with Deltek to help deploy an enterprise resource planning system in support of the former’s business transformation efforts powered by cloud capabilities, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

Rob Giannetta, chief information officer of Peraton, has noted in a blog post published Tuesday that the company sought to replace its legacy systems instead of integrating the disparate systems and processes of its various businesses following its acquisition by Veritas Capital.

He said the Deltek ERP technology enabled Peraton to migrate its active data from the five businesses into one system in support of its efforts to serve customers such as NASA.

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