Stratolaunch Systems Corporation is a space transportation venture launched in 2011 by Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen. The company’s goal is to make space launch more reliable, affordable, and accessible.
In April 2017, an affiliate company, Allen’s Vulcan Aerospace formally separated from Vulcan, Inc. and was merged into Stratolaunch Systems Corporation. The combined company needed to separate its systems from Vulcan for regulatory compliance reasons. This meant creating an entirely new IT infrastructure robust and secure enough to comply with the strictest security standards enforced for U.S. defense contractors — all in an extremely short time frame.
Stratolaunch chose EXP Technical to tackle this daunting task.
In early 2017, two large Western Washington pathology groups, CellNetix and PSIP, merged to create a company with about 70 doctors and 400 employees working in 25 hospitals, labs and offices in Washington and Alaska. In many ways, it was a typical merger.
But here’s the […]
In 2016, our healthcare client experienced significant IT leadership turn-over. Because of this staff transition, knowledge of the client’s highly customized software environment was severely limited.
The client engaged EXP’s Pat Cooke to provide CIO services including interim leadership, assistance with documenting their systems, and charting […]
In early 2017, two large Western Washington pathology groups, CellNetix and PSIP, merged to create a single company with about 70 doctors and 400 employees working in 25 hospitals. The two companies had disparate IT systems and multiple HL7 electronic client interfaces on separate physical […]
Crisis Connections is a non-profit offering telephone-based crisis intervention, information, and referrals to community services for youth and adults in Seattle. Their primary case management system was relatively old, and the back-end ran on an unsupported operating system and version of Microsoft SQL server. Also, […]