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APGenco to implement MS Navision package

Our Bureau

New Delhi , June 23

NAVISION India said that Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Ltd (APGenco) has decided to implement a `Microsoft Business Solutions - Navision' package.

"APGenco has decided to implement Microsoft Business Solutions - Navision package. Sundaram Infotech Solutions will implement the solution for APGenco, in a phased manner," said Mr Yash Nagpal, Managing Director, Navision Software India.

The deal size with APGenco involves 350 concurrent users. According to Mr Deepak Marwah, Country Sales Manager, Navision India, the package would enable it to improve service levels for clients and ensure better fund planning.

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