Segue had a great 2019, winning challenging new projects and growing to our largest size in our history, in both revenue and staff. We have nearly 200 employees on projects in 15 states and are approaching $50 M in revenue on over 20 current contracts. This growth has brought us fantastic new staff and has allowed us to expand our network of partners. Without our personnel and partnerships, we would not be able to take on and succeed with these new challenging programs.
Key Project Wins
Graduate/Training Integration Management System (G/TIMS) – Segue was proud to win the challenging and mission-critical contract to combine two legacy systems -TIMS and GTIMS – into a common baseline. Our team included a deep pool of incumbent resources with strong experience in the AF AETC mission that G/TIMS supports. This enabled smooth transition of operations from separate contracts into a unified support team for sustainment, integration management and deployment for several programs into a new cloud-based system.
Stock Control System (SCS) – Working with incumbent partners, Segue successfully won one of the last task orders issued under NETCENTS-2 Application Services Small Business. Sustainment and on-going development of the SCS supports a core program within AF logistics.
Sustainment and Modernization of AF Legacy Information Systems has long been a core capability of Segue, and new projects such as SCS and G/TIMS are great opportunities to expand to new customer spaces and build great partner relationships.
Key Capability – SBIR for System Modernization and Migration to the Cloud
Segue was awarded a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase 1 and Phase 2 contract this year for our capability of Modernizing and Migrating legacy systems to the cloud. Our approach centers on Segue’s Process Framework (SPF), to leverage a no/low code platform that helps reduce costs, enables quick application development, and speeds the process of migration.
In support of AFCEA’s AMMO Program and Blue Skies for the Good Guys and Gals (BS3G) Warrior Foundation, Segue is bringing healing and recognition to combat wounded warriors and fallen hero families. Veterans are using art and other creative means in search for healing and recovery, bridging the efforts between contractors, civil servants and service members, to combat-wounded veterans and families of those warfighters who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Segue has been working with Kevin Wallace, to share his exhibit at conferences and will continue in 2020. If you are looking for a way to connect with Veterans and help warriors heal through the STAR exhibit, reach out to David Hart. Together with our partners, we successfully pursued opportunities and flourished! All of this could not have been possible without their cooperation, support, and valuable experience. Once again, thank you for putting your trust in Segue; together we are supporting the war fighter all over the globe!