ASSETT is a privately-owned small business foundedby engineers and program managersin 2001 and headquartered in Manassas, Virginia.Each member of our executive team has over 30 years of experience providing system design and lifecycle support for the Department of Defense and commercial clients - their expertise ranges from developing patent-level innovations to managing large scale projects.Our customer-driven focus and innovative technology applications allow us to rapidly support the dynamic needs of our customers. We maintain several partnerships in the academic community with MIT, Virginia Tech, UVA and the Stevens Institute that provides a unique resource for our employees to draw upon during our customer efforts.more >>
Software Modernization Engineering
Will your legacy software continue to support your business growth? Software modernization is a key element in planning for the future growth of your business. As you look forward to expanding your business base, one of the most frequently overlooked questions is “will your business software support your planned growth?”
Why is software modernization needed?
Company-specific application, no off-the shelf software can replace
Outdated and inefficient applications
Legacy applications with unsupported technology (operating systems, device-specific interfaces
Lack of hardware or software support
Insecure or security-vulnerable applications
What can SME do for you?
SME will use the right tools for your job— a “one-size fits all” simply doesn’t.
Reduce your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Maintain your business rules
Increase the lifespan of your mission-critical applications
Reduce business risk by providing a timely, cost-effective and high-quality approach to modernization
Performing a comparative assessment of systems, architectures and capabilities to deermine an optimal choice across systems, platforms and programs is a complex task.
To meet this requirement, the Navy needs a tool that is:
AAT is a tool, an assessment framework and analysis engine used to prioritize and weight very diverse and often compling measures. Highly customizable, enabling it to be applicable to a wide variety of problem spaces.
ASSETT, Inc. Awarded U.S. Navy Contract Worth $11.8 Million Over 5 Years
Manassas, VA – Advanced Systems Supportability Engineering Technologies and Tools Incorporated (ASSETT) is pleased to announce it has been awarded a Phase III Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command worth $11.8 million over five years. The first application of the innovative resource optimization developed under this SBIR was the Schedule Workload Integrated Forecasting Tool (SWIFT).
USS Pittsburgh Returns From Deployment GROTON, Conn. (June 27, 2012)
Electronics Technician 1st Class Matt Snyder, assigned to the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Pittsburgh (SSN 720), hugs his 19-month-old daughter moments after returning home from a six-month deployment.