Air Force Life Cycle Management, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio, has awarded SNA Software an up-to $900,000,000 ceiling, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the development of innovative approaches that bring multi-domain systems capabilities, among other development requirements.
Intaver Institute of Calgary Canada, the makers of RiskyProject, and SNA Software LLC of Orlando, Florida, makers of Proteus and Envision, announced a new set of integration enhancements between their products in order to facilitate the delivery of a complete program and project management risk solution.
SNA Software LLC announced a series of new pathbreaking releases to its core open-systems integrated project management software applications.
The Air Force has shown an interest in technologies that establish a digital ecosystem to meet the goals of their Digital Trinity: Digital Engineering and Management, Agile Processes, and Open Architecture…SNA Software has proven itself as the gold standard in being able to execute these rigorous standards in transforming and integrating previously siloed data into a decisive organizational asset.
This week marks SNA Software’s 15th year from its incorporation. In noting this milestone, SNA’s CEO, Nicholas Pisano, released the following statement to the employees of the company and its customers.
SNA Software awarded GSA Contract SNA Software and the U.S. General Services Administration has made it easier for government agencies and offices in the U.S. Department of Defense to acquire SNA’s popular Proteus and Envision products! SNA Software was awarded a five-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract effective on 9 August 2021. The contract number isContinue reading “SNA Software awarded GSA Contract”
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Nicholas Pisano, the CEO of SNA Software, just published the second part of a planned multi-part paper that reflects his perspective on the future of program management.