Qatar Armed Forces (QAF) has selected Boeing subsidiary Tapestry Solutions to provide an advanced enterprise resource planning and logistics management information system (ERP / LMIS).
Work on the project includes on-going maintenance support. It will be carried out for a period of five years and will help optimise the readiness of Qatar’s ground, air and sea troops.
The project will be carried out by Tapestry Solutions in collaboration with Accenture, Oracle, and Qatar-based firm Mannai.
Primary components of the ERP / LMIS include GOLDesp maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) software provided by Tapestry Solutions and the E-Business Suite from Oracle.
GOLDesp software provides integrated supply, maintenance, and transportation capabilities for complex assets for land, air, sea and space environments.
Tapestry Solutions president and chief executive officer Robin Wright said: “We are proud to provide a world-class enterprise-level software suite for QAF, a comprehensive, end-to-end platform that adapts to support the growth and sustainment of Qatar’s force modernisation efforts.
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“This contract award is further indication of Boeing’s commitment to broaden its service offerings to global customers.”
Information technology (IT) company Mannai will be responsible for the implementation of Oracle’s personnel, finance and procurement capabilities.
Tapestry Solutions sales manager Ron Isom said: “We are pleased to leverage our deep domain experience, based on years’ of experience delivering similar software and services for US and allied forces, to improve force effectiveness, modernise IT processes, and reduce costs for our customer.”