DuPage County, Ill., Picks Ciber for Major Implementation of Infor ERP Software

Wed Dec 19, 2012 11:00am EST

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Ciber, Inc.
6363 S. Fiddler's Green Circle, Suite 1400   
Greenwood Village, CO  80111
www.Ciber.com http://www.Ciber.com 

Greenwood Village, Colo. - December 19, 2012 - DuPage County, Ill., selected Ciber to manage its
implementation of Infor enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. Ciber will replace the
county's aging legacy applications with four Infor solutions: Infor Lawson Financials, Infor
Enwisen Talent Management, Infor Enwisen Human Resource Management and Infor Lawson Supply Chain
Management for Public Sector. By consolidating functions and improving efficiencies with the new
ERP system, the county expects to save taxpayers $9 million over 20 years.

DuPage County's current system comprises disparate applications that offer minimal reporting
capabilities and have been difficult and expensive for the county to maintain. The Ciber
implementation of the new Infor software will allow the county to more efficiently and
cost-effectively direct vital activities, such as tracking its more than 2,300 employees and
managing important financial and procurement functions. 

"We selected Ciber to guide the implementation process because of the company's clear ability to
implement ERP software for large government projects," said Brian Krajewski, chairman, DuPage
County Technology Committee. "We also appreciated Ciber's expertise with change management and its
strong focus on project governance. These characteristics gave us the assurance that Ciber would
get the job done, and would get it done right."

"DuPage County realized its current system was no longer meeting its basic operating requirements
and it could better serve citizens with a new system," said Beth Dvoracek, Ciber's senior Infor
practice director. "The county wanted a reliable, simple and cost-effective ERP system, which is
why we recommended the use of the Infor ERP solution. It is well suited for local governments,
because it is not overly complex or expensive, yet it provides the rich functionality DuPage
County needs."

Ciber has successfully assisted hundreds of public sector organizations of varying sizes and
worked with all 50 states. The company has more than 30 years of experience helping government
organizations achieve their IT-related business goals.

Ciber's relationship with Infor dates back to 1995. As one of Infor's largest systems integration
partners, Ciber's Infor experts have enhanced client systems capabilities through more than 2
million consulting hours.

About DuPage County 
Founded in 1839, DuPage County is located in Illinois. It is the second most populous county in
Illinois and is part of the Chicago-Joliet-Naperville metropolitan area. For more information,
visit www.dupageco.org http://www.dupageco.org/ .

About Ciber, Inc. 
Ciber is a client-focused, results-driven IT consulting company. Its 6,000 consultants provide the
business acumen, technical skills and flexibility to help businesses and governments around the
globe get the most from technology. Since 1974 Ciber has combined the stability and resources of a
large consultancy with the agility and personal touch of a local firm. Ciber (CBR) trades on the
New York Stock Exchange and earned approximately $1 billion in annual revenue during 2011. For
more information, visit www.ciber.com http://www.ciber.com/ .

Betsy Loeff
Media Relations
bloeff@ciber.com mailto:bloeff@ciber.com 


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