The system, known as SAP, is supposed to improve the efficiency of the city's data processing in the areas of accounting, purchasing, and benefits administration -- replacing an aging PeopleSoft application.
In an email to city officials on Friday,
He did not specify a new date, but added that city workers and contractors will devise a new launch plan, which would be finalized by the city's chief financial officer,
Ahern, Mahoney, and a spokeswoman for Sullivan did not respond to a request for comment.
It was unclear whether the delay would affect the project's budget. In April, Mahoney told the Assembly that the price of the SAP upgrade had risen from
"Inevitably, it's going to cost us more money," she said.
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