As CEO of Software AG Government Solutions, Tod Weber’s approach to leading the $100 million software business is focusing it on addressing some of the most challenging and critical IT problems in the public sector.
“Our software reduces the complexity of the fragmented IT landscape for organizations who have evolved over the past 30 years,” Weber said. “We specialize in helping CIOs understand what they have, how to create a more consolidated architecture, and rapidly execute on an integrated enterprise in support of their mission.”
The company’s Alfabet product, for example, has recently received Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program authorization and is widely recognized as the leading tool for IT portfolio management and enterprise architecture. It’s embraced across the public sector to address federal enterprise architecture, Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act and technology business management initiatives.
Another unique aspect of Software AG Government Solutions’ operation is its willingness to quickly validate its solutions in customer environments — often in a matter of days.
Weber has his team members focused on the fight against COVID-19. They have created a Government Integration Hub based on the company’s highly scalable webMethods integration and API Management platform. The GIH is capable of aggregating data from disparate sources across the entire United States.
“We believe the real-time access to critical information can be a game changer, whether we are expediting the distribution of relief funds, supporting contact tracing efforts, or helping to assimilate vaccine research data,” Weber said.