Are you looking to move business applications to the cloud or modernize your existing business systems? Do you have inefficient and manual processes? Are you unsure how to integrate the latest technologies into your current environment?
At Edgewater, we use well-defined engineering processes and collaboration techniques to build solutions that meet business requirements and can help your organization improve efficiency and reduce legacy application risks. We actively promote high quality and continuous improvement during the systems development lifecycle regardless of methodology. Our collaborative approach utilizes the best mix of control and visibility while also allowing flexibility in the development process.
Our palette of capabilities ranges from custom software development to systems engineering to enterprise application integrations. Edgewater keeps track of new technologies that help our clients be ready for the next generation of software and productivity tools.
Business Applications and Automation
Legacy Application Migration
Low Code Solutions
System and Data Integrations
With scores of DOE reporting organizations submitting separate spreadsheets to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), there were hundreds of risks and controls. While the process was meeting Federal requirements, the system was inefficient and clumsy.
Due to a mandate from the Security Executive Agent, federal agencies were required to enroll their cleared population into a “continuous” evaluation system provided by the federal government. The deadline for 100% enrollment of the federal cleared population by January 1, 2021, created a significant challenge for the Department of Energy (DOE). Our DOE client chose the ODNI CES as their provider and partner for this mandated service and Edgewater was tasked to complete the conversion.
Erickson Living, a national leader in developing and managing continuing care retirement communities, was looking for a partner to help rapidly develop a system to manage information relating to the impact of COVID-19 across their communities. With the rapid rise of the COVID-19 and the at-risk population within the communities, Erickson Living needed an incident operating platform that would allow their managed communities to easily enter information regarding supplies, staffing levels, and critical enterprise initiatives and for management to review and quickly analyze key data points.
Edgewater’s federal client was faced with infrastructure technology that was not meeting business demand, was causing unproductive downtime for users and missed deadlines for critical deliverables. The infrastructure issue also impeded progress of several development/ modernization projects, resulting is missed “go live” schedules. In addition, with many stakeholders and 3rd parties effected, the client was having trouble managing operations to achieve the desired results.
As part of a cost-saving effort, the Department of Energy (DOE) decided to close all onsite data centers and transfer that information to the cloud. This challenge was daunting, as these systems impact over 14,000 DOE employees and contractors, as well as the supporting databases and interface partners.