• News

    Ventera was recently named a 2015 CARE (Companies As Responsive Employers) Award winner.

  • Insight

    by Rich Aurora, Julie Balutis, and Tim Snyder

    Many enterprises have caches of valuable information locked inside individual systems that they need to share with other applications to meet a business mandate or provide value to their user base.  How can information be made available to disparate user interface channels and external applications in a reliable, performant, and repeatable manner, insuring data currency and integrity?  How too can an organization unlock information from legacy applications in a cost effective manner so their investment can be leveraged over time?

  • News

    Ventera has been selected as a prime contractor for the 18F Agile Delivery Services Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) under the General Services Administration (GSA).

  • News

    Ventera was selected to develop a mobile-based application for the U.S. Coast Guard’s Incident Management Handbook (IMH) under prime contractor Applied Computing Technologies (ACT) on the EAGLE II contract vehicle.

  • News

    Ventera was a prize sponsor for the Black & Veatch Hackathon, featuring Bluebeam software, which took place on June 25-26 in Overland Park, KS. It was hosted at the Innovation Center and the IP Café.

  • News

    On May 8th, more than 60 technologists from academia and the private sector attended the GSA’s inaugural Hackathon located at GSA headquarters in Washington DC.  Three of those participants were from Ventera.

  • Case Study

    DHS management and other stakeholders, such as Congress, regularly request specific program information pertaining to national security.

  • Case Study

    FNS needed to modernize its Store Tracking and Redemption System (STARS).  The original STARS was a mainframe-based system that no longer supported FNS’s evolving business requirements. 

  • Case Study

    A large telecommunications customer was transitioning about 3,000 users to an Enterprise Project Management Solution, in which supporting business processes and decision support systems were heavily impacted and needed to be adjusted. There were complex operational and analytical questions for both Project and Executive teams. 

  • Case Study

    The Black & Veatch Telecom Unit supports a geographically diverse group of clients and programs in an environment of rapid growth and change. In order to accommodate diverse processes and the need to quickly adapt to new contractual obligations and changing client requirements, Black & Veatch often rapidly implements one-off tools specific to the needs of a program or client.

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