NuWave Solutions has acquired ProModel Government Services, provider of mission critical predictive and prescriptive analytic software solutions for federal agencies, from the ProModel Corporation. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
“ProModel Government Services is uniquely qualified to help federal government agencies with their decision making, and help ensure that their processes are more efficient and resources are better managed,” said Dr. Reggie Brothers, CEO of NuWave and GovCon Expert.
ProModel Government Services has specialized in innovative and adaptable custom model-based software solutions. These offerings have helped visualize data, synchronize operational needs, mitigate risk and optimize resources to support decision making for the Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal government agencies.
ProModel Government Services’ solutions offer near real-time situational awareness of the current environment and a predictive view of the future, enabling government organizations to make rapid, informed decisions that impact defense readiness.
“It’s an exciting opportunity for our team to join NuWave,” said Carl Napoletano, SVP and general manager of ProModel Government Services. “Being part of NuWave will provide us with greater support and additional solution offerings, which will benefit both our customers and employees alike.”
The purchase ProModel Government Services marks the second NuWave acquisition since it was acquired by AE Industrial Partners (AEI) in June 2020. Earlier this month, NuWave acquired BigBear to expand its expertise across data computing and analytics, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, geospatial information systems, data mining and systems engineering.
BigBear has combined comprehensive technology solutions with its BigBear Platform to create secure cloud environments that support big data computing, machine learning and improved decision-making to better manage risk.
“BigBear’s data and analytics solutions bolster our existing capabilities to address the entire spectrum of information superiority,” said Brothers in regards to the acquisition of BigBear.