Unisys to help with GSA pilot

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Unisys Corp. announced Tuesday that it has signed a contract with the General

Services Administration to help with a pilot sales force management application

for GSA's Federal Technology Service.

The pilot will cover implementation of Siebel Systems Inc.'s eBusiness

applications at 65 seats in FTS' Office of Sales.

Unisys will help GSA evaluate the sales management tools in offices

across the United States and in Europe. As a consulting partner with Siebel,

Unisys will also provide training to FTS employees involved in the pilot.

The seats involved support the FTS sales network and the Office of Strategic

Planning network. If the pilot is successful, the implementation could expand

to 900 FTS sales personnel around the world.

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