CACI adds Rivermine as partner

CACI International will resell telecommunications expense management software from Rivermine Software under a strategic alliance announced yesterday.

The software automates and streamlines the management of processes for network equipment, including ordering it, controlling inventory and applying controls. Those functions are spread across three modular products, according to the company.

CACI, which developed the Defense Department's Standard Procurement System, will position the Rivermine products as an extension of its SPS support. The integrator will also market the products to its other customers in DOD and civilian agencies.

The company will also implement the software in its Vision and Solution Center, where potential customers can try it out.

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