CACI partners with integration tool maker

Evolutionary Technologies International and CACI International have formed a strategic alliance to resell ETI’s systems integration tool, ETI SolutionV5, according to an announcement made today.

Through the alliance, CACI will serve as a premier reseller of ETI Solution, a tool for large organizations that extends and complements existing data assets and tools already in place.

CACI uses ETI Solution in conjunction with its role as primary contractor for the Defense Department’s Standard Procurement System (SPS), which combines multiple, separate contracting systems into a single system.

The SPS program currently supports more than 18,000 contracting professionals who purchase about $90 billion in DOD goods and services each year, ETI said.

“ETI is committed to providing our customers with next-generation solutions that significantly reduce the time and cost associated with data integration,” Ron Baker, chief executive officer of ETI, said in a statement.

“CACI’s alliance with ETI is ideally suited to advancing systems integration technology, one of our company's core competencies,” said Paul Cofoni, CACI’s president of U.S. operations.

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