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Automated finance hot topic for Fire Service

Automated finance hot topic for Fire Service

The New Zealand Fire Service in Wellington is doing away with its old software finance processes as it moves to an automated solution. According to request for tender documents released this week, the Service wants to implement online purchase orders, automated invoice approval processes and electronic charge requests.

It currently uses JD Edwards Enterprise One software for its financial management information system and wants to upgrade in March 2009. The Service will install the automated processes once the upgrade is finished.

The tender documents also state the Service has the right to provide a project manager or use the vendor’s project manager during the implementation.

The deadline for replies is Wednesday, December 17.

More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 24233.


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