Booz Allen, MicroPact Forge BPM Partnership for Federal Agencies; Kris Collo, Michael Farber Comment

acquisitionBooz Allen Hamilton and MicroPact have agreed to jointly develop and deliver business process management software offerings to federal agency clients.

Booz Allen will provide federal agencies with MicroPact’s entellitrak software development platform as a case management service to build enterprise applications, MicroPact said Wednesday.

Michael Farber, an executive vice president at Booz Allen said the alliance aims to address the distinct enterprise application needs of customers through the entellitrak platform.

The open architecture platform is designed to help organizations kick off development projects from various starting points.

“Out-of-the-box solutions and rapid delivery models, like those found in the entellitrak platform, are a vital tool for federal customers because it allows them to reuse specific software components as they deploy multiple applications across the enterprise,” said Kris Collo, CEO, president and founder of MicroPact.

MicroPact has also started a similar alliance with SRA International in the area of business process management for the federal government.

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