Huntsville, AL – February 5, 2012 – On Saturday, February 4th, TransVoyant™ (dba Portal Dynamics®) was honored to receive awards for the Anniston Army Depot – Depot Total Asset Visibility Systems Support Project and its Project Manager, Shelena Cofield. Recognized at the 2011 Project Management Excellence Awards ceremony for the Project Management Institute® North Alabama Chapter at the Heritage Club, Huntsville, Alabama, the project received the 2011 Commercial Industry Project Award. Awards were presented by the guest speaker, Major General Heidi Brown, Director for Test for the Missile Defense Agency.
The purpose of the awards is “to recognize, honor and publicize the accomplishments of the PMI-NAC 2011 Project Excellence Awardee, along with their project team, for superior performance in project management.”
TransVoyant architected, developed, deployed, and continues to maintain and support the Visual Planner System (VPS) web-based system component of the Depot Total Asset Visibility System (DTAVS) for Anniston Army Depot (ANAD). In partnership with ANAD’s Directorate of Information Management (DOIM) organization, the TransVoyant team has provided maintenance and sustainment support for VPS since October 2006. VPS is the material management solution that is used to track and report the status of ground combat vehicle components, sub-components and parts as they undergo the reset (remanufacturing) process in ANAD’s Industrial Complex. Per ANAD, DTAVS has effectively reduced the depot’s spare parts inventory in half, while reducing re-manufacturing bottlenecks, expediting repair cycles, and saving the U.S. government and taxpayers millions of dollars.
Early in 2010, Anniston Army Depot began its implementation of SAP software under the US Army’s Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) initiative. The business process changes required for LMP resulted in a need for TransVoyant to significantly modify VPS within a short six months period of time. Within the first 6 months following the initial LMP deployment, TransVoyant also developed and deployed 6 additional minor VPS Lite software releases to support major ANAD business process changes. These software updates addressed major business process requirements.
Despite many challenges presented throughout the LMP implementation, TransVoyant completed the VPS Lite application on schedule and within budget. The successful delivery of the VPS Lite application ensured a smooth interaction with LMP and successful adoption of VPS Lite within the production community. In essence, VPS Lite was a contributing success factor for the overall implementation of LMP. Additionally, the client consistently ranks TransVoyant’s quality of products/services, its ability to meet schedule and contain costs, and provision of business relations as exceptional.
TransVoyant solutions are used by business and government customers, providing them with control and enabling decisions using location, time, context, risk and preference variables. The company’s solutions provide enhanced outcomes for compliance, risk management, intelligence and logistics support. TransVoyant data fusion tools, virtual intelligence, analytics, and supply chain risk assessment programs help customers integrate and visualize both historical and real-time geospatial data in fluid and responsive experiences, allowing for smart and timely decisions. TransVoyant solutions help clients process and make decisions about tens of thousands of data points in mere seconds. The solutions are dynamic, flexible, scalable and easily integrated into existing and new data architectures and applications. TransVoyant is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, and is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business.