Innovation Within Standards – “FIT IN, BUT STAND OUT”
We design systems based on standards, not status quo. Our goal is to solve the most challenging problems with architectures that fit into the customer’s knowledge base, software ecosphere and best practices/procedures, while enabling new technologies and feature sets.
Honing Our Skill Set – “THE WHOLE IS GREATER THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS”
FedCentric Labs (FCLabs) was established to maintain and progress our expertise. We have the tools and relationships with academia to stay current on latest developments and to keep us ahead of the competition.
Trusted Partnerships – “INTEGRITY IS THE ESSENCE OF EVERYTHING SUCCESSFUL”
We form trusted partnerships with our associates, our customers, and academia to provide the best possible outcomes. We believe in straight talk, clear objectives, and mutual accomplishment of goals. We act as a force multiplier, and integral member of your in-house technical team.
Experience – “TRUST ONE WHO HAS GONE THROUGH IT”
Big Data has become a ubiquitous term of art. Our definition is simple: Big Data are problem sets that are too big, too fast or too complex to process using existing hardware, software, and processes. We have experience in fixing these problems and delivering breakthrough results for very large organizations.
High-Performance Teams – “THE NOBLEST SEARCH IS THE SEARCH FOR EXCELLENCE”
Our associates represent the best talent, not lowest cost. We provide Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to architect, design, and deliver enabling solutions, using standards-based computing techniques. We deliver results for applications that under-perform, or for requirements that cannot be implemented effectively.
Customer First – “EXPONENTIAL VERSUS INCREMENTAL RESULTS”
We place customers at the center of what we do. An example: We achieved the following results for a very large Government customer. Accelerated an application from 6500 objects per second to over 1.2 million objects per second, while maintaining a 24×7, mission critical environment.