A Federal Civilian agency, under the leadership of a new Director, was adopting SharePoint and Tableau to transform its legacy systems into state of the art technology platforms. Find out how our team of SharePoint Developers, Administrators, and Tableau experts is reshaping how the agency is making strategic decisions.
A Federal Civilian agency had implemented ServiceNow, an enterprise service management system, to manage over 100 unique services performed by a staff of more than 25,000 service providers.
Find out how The Squires Group delivered the right talent to support and help build enhancements to the current objects built in the Service Catalog application.
Our client, a premier regional utility company, was in need of a staffing partner to support multiple mission-critical IT and business initiatives. Since 2014, we have supported our client in the areas of multi-year SAP IS-U implementation; full life-cycle design, development, and implementation of an AOC system built to detect abnormal operating conditions for utility equipment; PM support to their Program Management Office.
See how our team successfully delivered talent on these diverse needs to support over thirty-six SOWs to meet our client’s ambitious project plans.
A premier technical, engineering and professional training provider was in the process of expanding from a traditional classroom setting to an eLearning environment. Find out how The Squires Group delivered the right Network and Linux administrator for this critical transformation.
Our client’s program is part of an overall effort to share critical business and mission-related information with key audiences including: federal, state, and local law enforcement, foreign partners, intelligence, defense, homeland security and the private sector.
The project was in dire need of a Senior SharePoint Developer that could hit the ground running and lead this development effort to support this critical project.
Our prime integrator partner invited us to assist them in delivering the right talent to support and help upgrade the functionality of the Ariba Requisitioning and Procurement COTS product.
The system currently supports more than 33,000 users across 264 posts and 176 countries. It also accounts for more than $10 billion in annual procurement spent across more than 450,000 transactions. Find out how our team delivered the critical talent to keep the system running smoothly, fix critical production issues, and develop key enhancements.
The objective of this project was to implement an automated end-to-end grants management solution to support a government agency and its consortium’s members through the implementation of Grant Management business processes and functions. Our team supported multiple aspects of the project, including the following key initiatives during the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) process: Requirements gathering over all three phases of the project; document and code development; Post-production and support for phases I, II and IV after they went live; data conversion and validation; and Oracle Financials and legacy system integration.
Under a very tight deadline, we were able to create a web-enabled system with the ability to manage situations during a natural disaster crisis. Our consultants directly supported the creation of the Enterprise Data Warehouse which drives data from the database to the Data Warehouse.
Our client’s program is part of an overall effort to share critical business and mission-relation information with key audiences including: federal, state, and local law enforcement, foreign partners, intelligence, defense, homeland security and the private sector. The Squires Group team has been supporting this project since its inception. The Squires Group team was able to understand the new requirements and issues, test different components, and develop and execute test cases.
The development of the assignment tables has historically been a labor-intensive staffing process without visibility between various departments. The principle objective of this initiative included automating, flattening, streamlining, and increasing the accuracy and visibility of the assignment, allocation and apportionment process. The client required a team to develop this application with knowledge of this initiative and experience implementing open source systems. The Squires Group was involved in the development of these capabilities for the client to automate and streamline the production of a data warehouse that compiled information from various client legacy systems, as well as beginning work to automate the allocation of staff.