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Agresso (Sliedrecht, the Netherlands) reported that it has extended its string of software and services contracts valued in the millions of dollars with a $2.5 million deal with Landauer (Glenwood, Illinois), a provider of technical and analytical services to determine occupational and environmental radiation exposure.

Landauer selected Keane, a $1 billion-plus global services firm that specializes in enabling transformation of its clients' business and IT functions, as its transformation partner and program management office. Keane oversees its entire engagement and its numerous partners, including Agresso, providing a single point of accountability for Landauer. Together they initiated a program to re-engineer Landauer's business processes and help transform their customer-facing systems.

"Agresso presented a unique combination of core functionality and custom development capabilities that were necessary to meet our project requirements," said Jonathon Singer, CFO at Landauer. "We could not make this shift under our current deadlines without Agresso's change-oriented architecture. Its implementation is fundamental to supporting the major goals for this project: improve customer service, accelerate our time-to-market with new product or service introductions, improve productivity and increase cash flow."

Landauer has purchased a suite of Agresso Business World modules, including general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, fixed asset, purchasing, workflow procurement, inventory management, reporting and analysis, etc. The deal includes software, services, development and maintenance, and was bid out to other vendors that did not provide the comprehensive solution proposed by Agresso.

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