Novetta‘s information exploitation platform, Novetta Mission Analytics, has migrated to the cloud, a change the company said would improve speed and efficiency for federal customers.
The mission analytics platform is designed to process multiple data streams in real time to support federal customers’ mission requirements, according to Bryan Rich, senior vice president of open source intelligence technology at Novetta.
“It’s about flexibility for analysts to rapidly extract pattern-based analysis from multiple information streams and to perform analytics augmentation in real time,” Rich said. “By moving data analytics to the cloud with the integration of machine learning and artificial intelligence, we can expand operational applications while delivering better efficiencies for our federal customers.”
Novetta recently announced strong growth in the federal market, with a 77 percent increase in year-over-year wins across its technology-enabled service business.
“We have invested strategically over the last two years in technology and innovation, specifically focusing on delivering analytical and operational efficiencies to U.S. government customers,” said Brian Hobbs, Novetta senior vice president of business development. “As we become more agile in solving complex operational tasks at scale, this investment becomes a disruptive, differentiating factor. This is reflected in our current growth.”
Novetta is based in McLean, Virginia, and has over 700 employees across the U.S.