Ness Technologies Wins Tender With Israel Electric Corporation

Published October 20th, 2009 - 01:23 GMT

Ness Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: NSTC and TASE: NSTC), a global
provider of information technology solutions and services, announced today
that it has won - together with other companies - a tender to implement and
test SAP systems at Israel Electric Corporation (IEC). Ness also won a tender
for training and deployment of these systems. This is an expansion of an SAP
deployment and implementation project completed by Ness for IEC a few months
ago. The project is valued at tens of millions of Israeli Shekels.

 

    The project will include expansion and deepening of additional
modules within the SAP system, including a working process management module
in SAP Project Systems (PS) that will include, in the first phase, management
of Emergency Economy projects as defined by the government, and will be
expanded in the future to all projects, as well as a time reporting system
that provides a complementary interface to PS. The modules that will be
expanded also include a maintenance module for the IEC's production and
transformation divisions, which will include the operation of IEC's power
stations.

 

    The implementation, testing and training project will enable IEC
to integrate several systems and modules into one SAP integrated system,
saving cost and streamlining their working processes.

 

    The training project will include thousands of end-users,
preparation of training and deployment kits in power stations in a
country-wide deployment, including phone-based support. Training will be
conducted by staffs of trainers and deployment professionals.

 

    "Ness offered IEC a high quality and professional solution at all
levels (including implementation, testing, training and deployment), that
shows our high capabilities and our extensive experience in complicated
integration projects, as well as our deep familiarity with IEC's IT systems,
thanks to previous projects conducted by us for them," said Effi Kotek,
President of Ness Israel. "This is a series of projects, each of which is
very complicated, and includes many employees and tens of sub-activities. The
projects that Ness will deliver are designated for the IEC's core business
processes."


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