Amyx Wins 5 DLA JETS Task Orders to Support Enterprise Modernization; Satya Akula Quoted

Amyx Wins 5 DLA JETS Task Orders to Support Enterprise Modernization; Satya Akula Quoted
Satya Akula President

Amyx has been awarded five Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) J6 Enterprise Technology Services (JETS) task orders to support the agency’s enterprise modernization, the company reported on Wednesday.

“For the DLA ERP Cloud Environment Program Support, Amyx will continue to partner with DLA in helping provide real-time data access and decision support to the enterprise.  We’re excited to have a role in the migration of one of DoD’s largest ERPs to a cloud environment and help DLA achieve faster time to market results through iterative delivery of system functionality,” Satya Akula, Amyx president and CEO, stated.

Amyx has won the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud Environment Program Support; the Contingency and Adaptive Planning Software Integration System (CAPSIS) IT Support; the Defense Automatic Addressing System (DAAS) Business Process Optimization Support; the Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support-Wholesale (DMLSS-W); and the Enterprise Cybersecurity Assessment and Authorization Analyst Support contracts.

Most recently, Amyx secured the DLA ERP Cloud Environment Program Support contract.  Under the contract, Amyx will integrate the existing ERP with other supply chain efforts to migrate the agency’s existing ERP to a cloud environment and convert as much custom code as possible to standard capability in preparation for transitioning to S/4HANA.

The supply chain migration includes the Warehouse Management System (WMS) and associated Material Handling projects, Center of Planning Excellence (COPE), Enterprise Business Systems (EBS), Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW), and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) that reside in cloud or on-premise environments. 

“Supporting DLA for the past 20 years has been a hallmark of Amyx’s commitment to be a Trusted Partner for Strategic Results.  The success we have had supporting DLA is a testament to Amyx’s exceptional staff and our high quality work,” Akula added. 

About Amyx

Amyx, Inc. is a financially strong ISO 9001-2015, ISO 27001-2013, ISO 14001-2015 certified and CMMI-SVC Level 3 appraised small business founded in 1999 and headquartered in Reston, Virginia. 

These services, backed by proven solutions, are delivered by a workforce of exceptional professionals, many of whom possess over 25 years of experience. Amyx personnel have strong core values rooted in public service and hold an intense belief that service to the Government can make a difference.

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