CACI International will upgrade its facilities in Colorado and Missouri in a move aimed to spur development of its products and services that gather, store and deliver geographical information.
Strategic investments for the expansion of manufacturing plants in Fort Collins and St. Louis are also intended to strengthen collaborative efforts with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, CACI said Wednesday.
The company aims to meet the growing demand for innovative mapping and topographical resources in the international market, said Ken Asbury, president and CEO.
Development of the Colorado facility is meant to open new CACI opportunities in a region where geospatial services dominates the business landscape, according to CACI.
The Arlington,Va.-based company added that Colorado is an ideal location for business growth after it ended its operations in Ohio.
St. Louis is home to a number of government agencies that depend on geospatial support and will give CACI the opportunity to showcase its offerings to clients.