ATLANTA (PRWEB) March 24, 2020
INVOKE Public Sector (formerly known as Servenity), announced it has been awarded a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract from the RSO (Rapid Sustainment Office) at the USAF (the United States Air Force) Open Innovation Pitch Day in San Francisco, California.
INVOKE Public Sector was awarded the contract in the automation and robotics focus area. As part of Phase II, INVOKE Public Sector will implement Robotic Process Automation as a Service (RaaS) at Hurlburt Field with the 1st Special Operations Group, to streamline several process areas related to flight authorizations, air and ground space planning, and maintenance work orders.
The contract confirms INVOKE Public Sector’s continued dedication and leadership in helping Public Sector and Government clients adopt intelligent automation and digitize business processes
“The opportunity to partner with the USAF to transform mission-critical activities through intelligent automation is a great accomplishment for INVOKE Public Sector. We will help the USAF rapidly gain efficiency, scale, and quality, without the need for large upfront investment in IT infrastructure and skills acquisition, by implementing our proprietary Robotics as a Service (RaaS) solution.“
“We have identified three mission-critical activities where automation will reduce tedious work, remove human error, enhance data consistency, and increase the speed of execution. This effort will increase readiness, safety, and throughput enabling the warfighter mission.” said Stephen Holt, General Manager of INVOKE Public Sector.
“[We had an] amazing week in San Francisco...$17M awarded on the spot [for] game-changing technology ... [like] virtual robots to automate USAF processes, drones to inspect runways, AR/VR integrated gloves, and much more. ....We continue to lower barriers for the very best tech companies and innovation hubs to join the important mission to transform the operations and sustainment enterprise vital to the world’s most advanced Air Force.” said Nathan Parker, Deputy PEO, Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO)
About INVOKE Public Sector:
INVOKE Public Sector (formerly known as Servenity) specializes in implementation and managed services for next-generation technologies like Robotic Process Automation, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. We give Public Sector and Government clients the technology, implementation, and lifecycle expertise to successfully implement intelligent automation engagements.
About the RSO:
The Rapid Sustainment Office's (RSO) mandate is to increase mission readiness by quickly identifying, applying, and scaling technology vital to the operation and sustainment of the United States Air Force. The RSO focuses on reducing costs, increasing efficiency, and increasing readiness. The RSO selected 17 companies with a total investment of up to $17MM in multi-year contracts to scale new technology within the USAF and greater DoD.