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Lotteries Commission Selects Lead Bidder

17 March 2005

New Zealand Lotteries Commission Selects Lead Bidder For Management Information System (MIS) Contract

The New Zealand Lotteries Commission (NZ Lotteries) has selected SAP New Zealand Limited (SAP) as lead bidder for a new Management Information System (MIS), Chief Executive Trevor Hall announced today.

He said contract negotiations and the finalisation of system specifications would now commence and were expected to take several months.

"The contract will cover the supply and implementation of the MySAP ERP product suite to meet NZ Lotteries business requirements for its finance, retailer management, stock management and distribution, helpdesk, human resources, and analysis and reporting functions. MySAP ERP is an off-the-shelf package based on SAP Best Practice business processes," said Mr Hall.

He said that depending on progress with contract negotiations and related issues, NZ Lotteries anticipated going live with the first phase of the project in December 2005 and with the second phase April 2006.

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