Donna Morea, SAIC’s Chair of the Board of Directors, Joins Unanet Board Board of Directors

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Jeff Brody

Unanet announced on Tuesday the Donna Morea, the current chair of SAIC’s Board of Directors, has been added to Unanet’s Board of Directors. 

“I am thrilled to join Unanet and eager to work with the executive team to strengthen Unanet’s position as the market leading project-based ERP provider,” said Morea. “This is an exciting moment to begin contributing to Unanet’s next phase of growth.”

In December 2011, Morea retired in Dec. 2011 after a highly successful 31-year career with American Management Systems (AMS) and CGI Group, which acquired AMS in 2004. 

As President of CGI Technologies and Solutions, Morea led CGI’s IT and business process services in the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Her clients included many of the world’s largest and most complex organizations in federal and state and local government, healthcare, financial services, and other industries.

In addition, Morea serves as the Chair of the Risk Committee at SunTrust as well as on private corporate and not-for profit boards. With over thirty years of operating experience, she has vast experience building large-scale IT practices that focus on strategic, enterprise-wide solutions for large scale organizations. 

About Unanet

Over 1,200 professional services organizations trust Unanet’s Cloud ERP platform to scale their businesses while drastically reducing G&A in a “Single Source of Truth”. Unanet optimizes resource scheduling, budgeting & planning, skills management, time & expense reporting, purchasing, real-time project management analytics and dashboards, billing & revenue recognition, and GL, AP, AR, cost pool calculations, and indirect allocations. 

Our customers report 50% lower G&A headcount than those running competitive systems and can reduce effort on administrative processes by 90%.

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