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”
The virtual Project Control Summit is the best-in-class global virtual conference in project controls that brings together literally hundreds of project professionals from around the world.
SNA Software Exhibits at Virtual Synapse Summit March 8th through the 11th, 2021
SNA Software is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Chris Hassler as a Software Support Specialist in charge of supporting its NASA program business.
SNA Software LLC is excited to announce that it has updated its Data Driven EVM Compliance Metrics (DECM) capabilities to the latest version 3.6.1 published by the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA)
“Own the Data” Trademark Renewal: The Content in the Message On December 7, 2020, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) granted SNA’s application for trademark renewal for the phrase “Own the Data.” As with most companies, SNA Software, in coming up with the phrase to boil down the value of its offerings, sought somethingContinue reading ““Own the Data” Trademark Renewal: The Content in the Message”