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Who says small innovators can’t get big federal contracts?
One small company just showed what’s possible. Thirty-employee Ditto makes software that ensures data synchronization and application operation in situations with unreliable connectivity. It got an Air Force contract with a ceiling of $950 million. CEO Adam Fish says that was Ditto’s second federal contract.
This tiny vendor got a big Air Force contract, and defied the odds
The company is called Ditto. Not a household name in defense contracting. But if just got an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract from the Air Force, worth a potential billion dollars. Joining the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with the Air Force requirement it's hoping to meet, Ditto CEO and co-founder Adam Fish.
Open systems-based AI/IoT network for cyber, space, air, domains ordered by U.S. Air Force
Software-infrastructure company Ditto has won a contract worth as much as $950 million from the U.S. Air Force (USAF) that calls for Ditto to develop its open systems-based Intelligent Edge Platform to power the USAF’s Advanced Battlefield Management System (ABMS).
Lanzan tecnología que permite escanear boletos sin necesidad de internet
La alianza entre Ditto y Hugo App permite a negocios que sus dispositivos se sincronicen en tiempo real, incluso sin Internet o en entornos remotos o de mala conexión, para continuar con las operaciones normales sin interrupciones
Ditto and Super App Hugo Partner for Real-time Ticket Scanning in Latin American Stadiums with No Internet Connectivity
Ditto lets devices sync in real-time, even without internet, enabling businesses and venues in remote or hard-to-connect environments to continue normal operations uninterrupted
Japan Airlines Completes Trial of Unconnected In-flight Mobile Device Meal Ordering Software
Japan Airlines (JAL) has completed a pilot project testing the use of a real-time database that allows passenger mobile devices to synchronize data in real-time "even without internet connectivity"