Hawk becomes Objectivity partner

Objectivity, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company that develops data management solutions for complex data, has formed a partnership with Hawk Technical Solutions. Hawk, a woman-owned company, specializes in technical integration.

Through the new partnership, the companies will have a stronger value to the security, intelligence and Defense Department markets, according to Objectivity officials. Hawk, based in Ellicott City, Md., brings personnel with government security clearances that will open new avenues for Objectivity.

Objectivity provides our customers a unique ability to access and manage massive amounts of data through an object database that is highly scalable, very interoperable, and widely distributable," said Wendi Hawk, chief executive officer at Hawk. "By partnering with technology market leaders like Objectivity, Hawk is able to ensure a favorable return on investment for our DOD customers to meet or exceed their mission needs.


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