CGI Federal launches Sunflower Work Management for web-based business facilitation; John Owens quoted

The government arm of an information technology consulting firm Computer graphics launched a program called Sunflower Work Management that was designed with the federal civilian sector in mind.

Management of sunflower works is a human-centric business management software intended to facilitate access to projects and funds, with a cloud base and a mobile component, the Fairfax, Va.-based subsidiary said on Tuesday. .

John OwensSenior Vice President and Group Head of Enterprise Solutions at Federal CGI, listed the features of the tool, namely facilitating complex business processes, confirming asset status and deploying assets. Owens said Sunflower’s hosted asset management is well suited for “critical situations.”

The Sunflower Work Management layout uses dashboards, metrics, and reports to help users glean management and operational insights into business processes. It helps facilitate individualized work procedures so that users can carry out maintenance, inspections and dispatch of assets and furthermore confirms that organizations meet ISO 55000, the global standard for asset management. .

CGI Federal’s newest program aims to help companies maximize the value of their assets. It is compatible and ready to integrate with the company’s other Sunflower products as well as its Momentum line. The Sunflower Arsenal is designed to help public and private organizations, including higher education institutions, research centers and federal agencies, meet global asset management needs.

Last month was marked by CGI Federal successful upgrade of its ERP application, Momentum, for nearly 20 federal government agencies to align their systems with the guidelines established by the US Treasury Government Billing Architecture.

In April, Stefan Becker, Senior Vice President and Business Unit Head at CGI Federal, embarked on a Executive Spotlight with ExecutiveBiz. He talked about the company’s direction and goals and how they communicate with federal agencies.

“From my perspective, agencies are increasingly focused on improving business processes and enabling greater collaboration and data sharing, as well as increasing efficiency within the agency. through state-of-the-art technology and automation,” noted Becker. The new Sunflower program seems to reflect and provide additional tools to carry out this mission.

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