ISS software will aid during combat

Springs-based Intelligent Software Solutions will showcase its new technology at the 2011 Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems Worldwide Conference next month.

ISS has created software that will deliver intelligence into the hands of soldiers in combat – known as the last tactical mile.

The company is providing a sneak peek of its core enterprise platform, a next generation platform that includes both mobile and application storefronts. It will be fielding this year in Afghanistan, and allow greater access to time-critical intelligence information.

LinkFX is also going to be showcased at the event. It’s a next-generation network analytics suite. With this program, analysts are able to connect-the-dots between entities, events and other pieces of data, allowing discovery of relationships between disconnected informational elements.

“The theme for us is the ability to innovate everywhere you go,” said Carl Houghton, vice president of strategic initiatives for ISS. “For the U.S. military, it is critical to put the power of knowledge into the hands of the users, allowing them to not only view critical data, but also feed data back into the system.”

The conference is being held in Detroit May 1-5.

One Response to ISS software will aid during combat

  1. We need more growing private companies like ISS in Colorado to provide jobs. Bravo to ISS, but we need even more.

    According to PrivCo (the private company financial data site) there are at least 512 private companies in Colorado with at least $10 million in revenue (reference:

    But we should double that to 1,000 with the right tax policies and lower regulation.

    Again, congrats to ISS on its continued success and we should all be proud.

    Sam Hamilton
    April 20, 2011 at 8:32 pm