Avantus Federal Acquires Software Developer Vero Labs
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Avantus Federal, a subsidiary of Austrian government-owned energy and resources company Avantus AG, has acquired software developer Reston-based company, Vero Labs, for an undisclosed amount, the company announced on 12 June. Vero Labs’ software and web development offering focuses on cloud-based software and web solutions.
The acquisition will help to strengthen Avantus’ position at the top of the software development market. It also allows Avantus to expand its sales of energy solutions and enable them to compete more effectively on the global software market.
The acquisition will create a stronger, more modern, and more diversified developer offering to serve clients with energy and resources solutions across the energy, information and communications technology, and renewable energy sectors.
Avantus anticipates the acquisition will create new jobs in the US and abroad. We are excited for their continued progress and expanding success in their markets worldwide.
Bischoff, President & CEO of Avantus Federal, said, “By adding an end-user driven solution provider to our Avantus Federal portfolio with great customer support, we are proud to position our solutions as leaders in the market. The Reston-based company is a great example of a company that has been successful in its delivery of innovative solutions that offer customers with the best capabilities in today’s marketplace. It is our vision of connecting energy solutions with business solutions that enables Avantus to become a globally recognized leader in the energy and resources industry.
Tim Bischoff, President & CEO of Reston-based company, said, “We are excited to welcome Vero Labs to our growing Reston-based company. We are thrilled to have been chosen to represent Avantus Federal and look forward to the many years ahead.
Avantus Federal acquires a software company from Reston.
Avantus Federal, a leading provider of software solutions for government agencies, has closed a deal to buy a software company from Reston, Va. -based Reston Solutions, Inc. The deal is valued at $35 million, bringing the two companies’ combined revenue to more than $200 million annually. Avantus Federal will also receive $18 million in cash and options, giving the company the potential to add about 70 new employees.
Founded in 1985, Reston Solutions has grown to become a dominant player in the IT software and database industries. Its solutions allow federal government agencies, like the DoD, DoE, DHS, CIA, NASA, and NASA Office of Scientific Intelligence, to create and maintain the information assets necessary for its mission. The government expects to save over $12 billion annually in operating costs by using its solutions, which has led to more than 5,000 DoD employees using Avantus products each year.
Avantus, a privately held company of Arlington, Virginia, will retain a strong presence in the defense information technology industry through its acquisition of the company. The government’s investment in Reston Solutions could provide the necessary expertise and technology to create a new and innovative market for IT. In addition, the government is confident that Reston Solutions can continue to provide its customers with a broad range of products and service offerings to help government agencies meet their information needs, resulting in cost savings and better service to the taxpayer.
“This is an exciting time for Reston Solutions as we continue to grow and grow into a leader in its industry,” said Dan Goss, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Avantus Federal.
Acquisition of Occam’s Razor Technologies LLC by Avantus Federal
The Acquisition of Occam’s Razor Technologies LLC by Avantus Federal. In a recent article, we were informed that Occam’s Razor Technologies LLC was acquired by Avantus Federal. The article went on to talk about Occam’s Razor’s growth and Avantus Federal’s role in the new company. This article will explain that the Avantus Federal acquisition was not just about hardware/software but is about software, specifically the design of the company’s software platform. We will talk about the details of the acquisition as well as the company’s future plans.
Occam’s Razor is an ancient mathematical theorem which states that, for any set of axioms, the most general formula for any mathematical structure that satisfies those axioms will be true. In other words, Occam’s Razor states that, for instance, the statement that every set of numbers has a unique greatest element in the set is true.
While many people have been using Occam’s Razor to determine what the perfect organization is for any company, it has taken on a different meaning for the world of computer science. Occam’s Razor was used to write algorithms until Occam’s own theory of algorithm optimization was released later that year.
An axiomatic system is a system for the set of axioms to be true. A formal model is a set of axioms, the set of axioms, or the set of axiomatic systems, that specify the structures of a program.
For our purposes, we will accept as true a statement that says that every set of axioms has a true, or universal, axiomatic system. An axiomatic system might be a formal structure describing the structure of some finite set of objects such as a table of a set of numbers or a set of names.
ORT and Avantus.
Tips of the Day in Software
From the developers of Microsoft Office and Google Docs to the new crop of applications at the Mac App Store, many developers are building applications that are focused on productivity rather than document editing or information retrieval.
I’ve tried out several of the most recent applications and found them to be more polished and faster than I’d hoped they’d be, and overall easier to use. A good example is the “Office for iOS” app created by Microsoft, which offers a version of Outlook for the iPad natively while also offering a web version based on the MSOffice web app.
If nothing else, this demonstrates that we’re still in the early stages of developing something that will work on both ends of the screen.
Today’s topic is “10 tips for iOS developers.
If you use any of these tips, you might find yourself writing better iOS-based code and getting more done.
Swift is extremely powerful for iOS development. Its syntax is clean and readable for beginners and intermediate iOS developers alike, and it uses minimal memory for the app’s binary.
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