Web hosting provider NaviSite (navisite.com) announced on Wednesday that it will provide not-for-profit research organization Analytic Services (anser.org) with managed application solutions for Analytic Services' business and its operating units of ANSER and the Homeland Security Institute.
Under the terms of agreement, NaviSite will manage and implement the Oracle eBusiness Suite across Analytic Services' operating units and provide online backup and recovery services for Analytic Services' operations.
Analytic Services is a public service institute that produces objective studies and analyses to help decision-makers in matters of national security, homeland security and public safety.
The organization decided to work with NaviSite based on its applications expertise and infrastructure capabilities, particularly its proficiency in hosting and managing Oracle applications.
"Analytic Services is a research organization that relies heavily on its problem-solving abilities of national security issues," says Mark Clayman, senior vice president of hosting services at NaviSite. "We appreciate their desire to let us help manage the critical applications that support their business, and we value the opportunity to ensure these vital applications will run smoothly and efficiently."
NaviSite has extensive expertise in implementation and hosting services for the Oracle product family, with focus on the Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft Enterprise, Siebel Analytics and Fusion Middleware.
Last month, the company joined the PCI Security Standards Council as a new participating organization, helping to evolve the PCI Data Security Standard and other payment card data protection standards.
Analytic Services is a not-for-profit public service institute, providing systems thinking solutions and objective studies and analyses that inform decisions that shape the nation's future.
The organization's two operating units, ANSER and the Homeland Security Institute delivers many different services, while Analytic Services also operates the Applied Systems Thinking institute in collaboration with the Stevens Institute of Technology.
No responsibility can be taken for the content of external Internet sites.
Return to hosting news headlines
View Hosting News Archive