MHI Selects Intergraph eMARIAN Materials

Monday, January 28, 2002
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) of Japan has signed contracts to purchase eMARIAN(TM) materials management software and services from the Process, Power & Offshore division of Intergraph Corporation (Nasdaq:INGR). The contracts cover software and services for installation, systems integration and consulting. Implementation of eMARIAN is underway in MHI's Yokohama Engineering & Construction Center (MCEC) and will be extended to construction sites around the world. The sale includes integration with the MCEC SAP R/3 system for cost control. eMARIAN users include MHI's mechanical and equipment, instrumentation, piping, electrical, civil and structural engineering disciplines. The software comprises the entire eMARIAN suite of modules and encompasses management of engineered equipment, bulk materials, e-Procurement and e-Supply chain management as well as construction site materials and warehousing management.

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