We open the year with a new competitor highlight on an less known, but significant GOVCON competitor – NTT DATA. The company is among the likes of BAE Systems and Deloitte as an internationally headquartered business with a separate U.S. business. NTT DATA is an IT services provider and systems integrator headquartered in Tokyo, Japan….
Success in the federal market isn’t what it used to be. Over the last 10 years, we’ve all witnessed an extraordinary amount of business opportunities. Those days are over. Now is the time that will separate the businesses with real value and real smarts from those that “got lucky.” Succeeding – not just surviving – will be achieved through well-developed strategies, thoughtful and thorough market and competitive intelligence, and, above all, a laser-like focus on what you do best.
Introduction to mind mapping Have you ever been thrown into a capture for a complex opportunity that seems to invite a crowded competitor field? It can be challenging to understand the core requirements of a contract in a short period of time and to narrow down a group of competitors to focus on. Consider mind…
This blog is a follow up to our original September 2018 ManTech blog. ManTech continues to provide many of the same services as described in the 2018 blog but has positioned itself to be more competitive in the intelligence community (IC) customer base and cyber security services. The company also realigned its organization with Matt…
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