IntelliDyne Wins More Than $80M in DoD Contracts, Establishes Advanced Analytics Practice

Phil Vincenzes, IntelliDyne

Phil Vincenzes, IntelliDyne

IntelliDyne announced May 24 the company’s recent contract award wins from the Dept. of Defense, which have a combined value of more than $80 million.

“IntelliDyne has strategically evolved over the past two years to align itself with what government executives expect and need: transparency and accountability with the competence to make intelligent decisions quickly and efficiently,” IntelliDyne’s CEO Tony Crescenzo said. “Our recent contract wins affirm our commitment to helping government CIOs solve real-world problems with practical solutions at their enterprise faster and in a more cost-competitive manner. We intend to leverage our proven expertise in supporting federal enterprise infrastructure, powered by prescriptive and predictive analytics, to transform data into actionable insights and intelligent decisions for our clients.”

IntelliDyne also announced the formation of an Advanced Analytics Practice, which will be led by Phil Vincenzes, who will serve as IntelliDyne’s Senior Vice President for Advanced Analytic Solutions. Vincenzes will focus on developing practical solutions that use advanced analytics to exploit information and reveal actionable intelligence and insights to accelerate time-to-value.

“Our unique approach is platform-agnostic and incorporates tailored software solutions embedded with services,” Vincenzes said. “Unlike much well-intended, but impractical management-consulting recommendations that go unfulfilled, we can assess and help clients get what they need, when they need it. It’s about being agile, practical and actionable. It’s time to deliver on the marketing promises of big data; to make it accessible, visual, and economically within reach. As the head of IntelliDyne’s Advanced Analytics practice, I view my role to make simpler and practical what was once thought to be complex and ‘unsolvable.'”

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