Millbrook Incorporated of Bethlehem, PA and CGI Group Inc., a leading provider of information technology (IT) and business processing services announced the signing of a strategic agreement under which CGI will integrate Millbrook's information management solutions suite with CGI's insurance business solutions to expand the value to their customers by increasing their collective offering.  CGI will add Millbrook's information management solutions to both their suite of outsourced insurance applications and as a component to its licensed insurance software applications.  CGI will play the primary role in the marketing and deployment of the combined solutions at its customer's sites.  Millbrook's experienced staff will assist CGI, as necessary, in both marketing and deployment efforts.

"Millbrook is very pleased to be entering this strategic relationship with CGI," said Jack Plunkett, President of Millbrook.  "We are thrilled to align our solutions with an organization that genuinely understands and believes in the power of deploying strategic analytical and reporting tools.  We believe that this alliance will create a significant amount of enhanced value and business solutions to CGI's customer base and to the insurance industry."

"Our partnership with Millbrook is a perfect fit for both companies," said Gordon Gaar, Vice President Insurance Business Solutions of CGI.  "This partnership brings together two highly customer-focused companies with complimentary solutions and services.  By integrating and offering Millbrook's powerful solutions with CGI's technology, both companies continue to show their commitment to expanding value to their customer base."

Source: Millbrook Inc.

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