The Federal Government has revealed 24 panellists that will form its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software-as-a-service (SaaS) services panel.
The list features Agilyx, Datacom, Dialog, DXC Technology and Fujitsu Australia.
The services sought through the panel include scalable commercial off the shelf ERP software provided as a SaaS solution; planning, design and implementation services for delivery of the ERP solution; and on-going maintenance and development.
In July last year, the Federal Government called for industry feedback over the proposed establishment of a whole-of-government ERP procurement panel.
The Department of Finance released a position paper back in June, aimed at advising the local tech industry of its indicative strategy for establishing the ERP panel and inviting feedback from the industry.
“In addition to the software, and data storage and management, it is expected that members of the ERP SaaS panel would have experience and/or capacity to meet requirements for technical support, discovery and integration, account management with Hubs, and contract management requirements with Finance,” tender documents stated.
The panel is open to any agencies being optional to obtain services through the panel.
See the full list of suppliers in alphabetical order:
- Accenture Australia
- Aurion Corporation
- BackOffice Associates Australia
- Business Information Services (NSW)
- Capgemini Australia
- ChartSmart Consulting
- Datacom Systems (AU)
- DXC Technology Australia
- EPI-USE Australia
- Fujitsu Australia
- HCL Australia Services
- KPMG Hands-On Management
- Phoenix Management Services
- PLAUT IT Australia
- PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting (Australia)
- PrimeQ Australia
- Redback Consulting
- SAP Australia
- Tata Consultancy Services
- Tech Mahindra
- Wipro Technologies Australia