Herndon, VA, April 17, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has successfully deployed its eAcquisitions Tool solution built on Distributed Solutions, Inc.'s (DSI) knowledge-enabled AEON platform.
The USPTO solution enables the creation of integrated acquisition teams and best practices by providing a unified process manager to drive progress, next steps, and status.
The solution implements new governance standards and improved business processes while integrating with existing finance and procurement systems. This deployment marks a milestone in transforming the way USPTO is able to leverage real-time acquisition status, provide complete process visibility, and facilitate data-driven managerial decision making.
"We are extremely proud to be a partner in USPTO's efforts to transform their acquisition management process," said Daniel E. Carr, DSI's CEO. "DSI is working collaboratively with senior USPTO staff to iteratively implement transformative business processes while leveraging existing enterprise architecture investments."
Distributed Solutions, Inc. (DSI), founded more than 20 years ago, is a leading business process software solutions company. We continuously invest in and advance our technologies, providing premier COTS knowledge-enabled tools and subject matter consulting services for a wide variety of customer organizations. Our value proposition is the consistent, on-time delivery of effective, low risk, business process and change management solutions that leverage existing customer enterprise architecture investments.
DSI’s COTS knowledge-enabled platform, AEON, is a family of software tools, which can be configured to address the needs of any complex business endeavor requiring planning, project management, funds management, requirements definition, vendor source management, funds distribution tracking, contracting, and post-award vendor management. The AEON platform enables enterprise process management and guidance; data capture; automated document content generation; seven layers of workflows, including peer collaborations and managerial approvals; proactive access to critical operation metrics, such as staff workload and throughput; and knowledge capture focused on implementing and communicating best practices.
DSI’s solutions are available as Cloud-based or on premise, offering maximum flexibility to ourcustomers.