EBS-Convergence and the US Army’s ERP transformation

Providing insight into the US Army’s multiple ERP system convergence, Frank Wilde, Multi-Functional Capabilities Team Advisor to the Director explains view

The US Army’s digital transformation has already begun and the teams working in the background are more crucial than ever in the transition from legacy. From finance to logistics, the US military requires a whole host of services to ensure they are prepared for action at any given moment.

As such complexity has evolved over the years, enterprise resource planning systems were adopted to manage specific functions with their siloes; financial planning solutions separated from those used to ensure logistics operations are carried out precisely—all to ensure that soldiers are fueled and armed for every eventuality. 

Fast-forward to today, and the US Army now uses a number of fragmented processes to meet its varying needs, including component and material sourcing, stocking ammunition for the infantry and spare parts for vehicles.


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