reVision is a certified Small Disadvantaged Business founded in 1998 that provides consulting, technology integration, and engineering services to a broad customer base that includes state, local and Federal clients nationwide. reVision possesses proficiency in all areas of business and IT, from assessment and implementation to operation and maintenance of the correct solution for clients.
reVision’s core competencies include management consulting, enterprise software, infrastructure and audio/visual (AV)/access control. The depth of its experience, superior technology, and reliable solutions are evidenced by proven advanced past performance ratings and reviews. Additionally. It has achieved several industry accolades, including a Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) Open Ratings Score of 91%, the Distinguished Performance Award from Los Alamos National Laboratory, and a ranking among the Top 25 8(a) Firms by Washington Technology Magazine, as well as continued relationships with valued clients through repeated contract engagements. reVision’s satisfied customers include the DoD (Army, including WRAMC and the US Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS), USAF, and Navy), the U.S. Department of Energy (Los Alamos National Laboratory), the U.S. Department of Interior (U.S. Forest Service, BOEMRE), the City and County of Denver, Denver International Airport, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Lockheed Martin Corporation, SAIC, CSC Corporation, CH2M Hill and the U.S. Geological Survey, among others.
reVision’s expertise is in supporting mission-critical customer business functions. It has designed, developed, deployed, and supported numerous enterprise-wide solutions. Its multidisciplinary senior consultants, engineers, and technologists have worked together to design and support state-of-the-art innovative and integrated environments in support of clients’ complex business process based on ITIL, ITSM and CMMI, among other best practices.
One example of reVision’s superior past performance is the major role it played in the resolution for the 2007 soldier neglect scandal at WRAMC. reVision led the IT and telecommunication improvements to every patient room at WRAMC under direct congressional supervision. Within 28 days, it managed an integrated team to develop, engineer, test, and integrate the deployment of 770 desktops, 586 plasma TVs, 275 telephones, 197 switches, and 14 printers, and provided the underlying network and telecommunication infrastructure.