3Dsolve Is Part of Team That Wins $483M Army Contract
Posted February 28, 2006 10:02 a.m. EST
CARY, NC — 3D Solve
, a developer of simulation learning applications, is part of a team that has won a $483 million contract for distributed learning, education and training products to be provider to the U.S. Army.
The contract involves development of e-learning services for the Army's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).
Lead contractor for the deal is Karta Technologies, which is based in San Antonio, TX.
"We recruited 3Dsolve to our team for their unquestioned technical skills, their impressive list of customers, and their growing reputation as a leader in the military training industry," said Ken Guest, a retired US Army Major General and chief operating officer at Karta. "The Karta team is poised to provide the right training solution when and where needed."
Other firms involved with the contract include: Advancia, Alion Science & Technology, Allen Interactions, Brainshark, CACI, Carney, Coastal, CollabWorx, CompeteNet, Eagle Systems, EG&G, Envisage, FC Business Systems, IBM, Information Experts, LMR, MTS Technologies, NGRAIN, Orion, Pinneast, SIMmersion, Sparta, SRA, Stanley Associates, SumTotal, The Logistics Company, Thomson NETg, and Visual Purple.