San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2014
Heartwood, Inc., the leader in 3D interactive training technologies, was on the winning team of Capstone Corporation, one of seven companies presented an award of the Joint Force Development Services (JFDSS) indefinite delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The total estimated value for the seven contracts combined is $877 million. With Capstone, the JFDSS contract allows Heartwood to compete for task orders requiring training and education services in support of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, Combatant Commanders, the military Services, U.S. Government federal agencies, and multinational partners. The objective of this contract is to provide the requisite operational support necessary to advance the warfighter’s ability to adapt to and overcome an ever-evolving threat environment.
“We’re honored that Heartwood has been selected to support this critical contract,” said Raj Raheja, CEO of Heartwood, “as this reflects our dedication to developing the most advanced Visual, Interactive and Portable training technologies for use by the armed forces.”
Chess Harris, Capstone’s JFDSS Program Manager said, “Heartwood brings a very specialized capability to the team – developing 3D interactive training applications that are deployed anytime, anywhere, on any platform. We are proud to have them as our partner for this important training and exercise opportunity.”
The contract vehicle provides customers ready access to varying combinations of education (academics), training, assessment, experimentation (solutions to warfighter challenges) and training and education technical infrastructure solutions required to prepare and ensure the readiness of forces to support national security requirements.
Heartwood empowers companies and organizations to accelerate user learning, reduce Operation & Maintenance training costs and decrease expensive live training using 3D interactive training technology and applications. As a market leader, we support a strong base of customers and partners including Apple, L-3, Oshkosh, Raytheon, Sikorsky and the U.S Navy. Heartwood was founded in Silicon Valley, 2002 with a vision to ‘revolutionize the way information-rich learning content is engaged with, understood, and retained.’
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