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National Audit Office set to replace Oracle ERP system in £1m tender

10/03/2014 by

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The National Audit Office (NAO) is looking to replace its Oracle e-Business Suite system with an alternative ERP system, according to anOfficial Journal of the European Union tender notice.

The tender states that the NAO is looking for an ERP package that includes software for accounting, database management, HR and financial analysis.

The NAO said it was “inviting expressions of interest” for bidders to provide a replacement for an existing Oracle e-Business Suite system with additional areas of functionality to cover training, resource, absence and performance management.

The solution should also have the following functions: business management, budget management, procurement, payroll, HR, self-service access to staff data, workforce planning, workflow and financial reporting.

The payroll functionality must include support for online payslips (using HMRC’s RTI system), while budget management includes the setting, maintenance and analysis of budgets.

Meanwhile, recruitment management data will not be required as the NAO already has a three-year contract in place for this service.

The scope of support required includes: licences, licence support, design and implementation, installation, business change, training and second line support, which includes disaster recovery.

This article has been extracted from http://www.computing.co.uk/, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/news/2333020/national-audit-office-set-to-replace-oracle-erp-system-in-gbp1m-tender

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