SAIC, Inc.

SAIC, Inc.

SAIC, Inc. is an American defense company that provides scientific, engineering, systems integration, and technical services and solutions. It is a provider of scientific, engineering, systems integration and technical services and solutions in the areas of defense, health, energy, infrastructure, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and cybersecurity.

Company Info

HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1969
Employees
41100
Website

Products by SAIC, Inc.

Company Headquarters

Related News

  • Jun 4

    Good Business Processes Are Key to Resilience During Disruption

    Businesses have swiftly adapted their day-to-day operations over the past few months. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to present new barriers across industries, companies must prepare for a year filled with challenges and opportunities. Continue reading...

  • May 27

    How to Get the BPM Process Started

    Organizations are constantly looking for new ways to bring agility and adaptability into their operations, and business process management (BPM) is the latest attempt to fulfill that need. In fact, recent data from BPTrend's State of the BPM Market found that 50% of those surveyed say their...Read more

  • Apr 14

    BPA vs. RPA: How Are They Similar, How Are They Different?

    As we wade through the sea of technologies within the modernization realm, automation, especially process automation, has grown by leaps and bounds, taking on a new guise in the form of robotic process automation or RPA. However, process automation is not by any means new to the computing indus...Read more

  • Mar 3

    Why Case Management Needs to Be Part of Your Automation Plans

    Automation drives change, but often the biggest challenge is deciding which technology to apply for maximum impact. If we want to improve team productivity and decision-making, then case management needs to be in our automation toolkit. Here’s why. Continue reading...

  • Aug 10

    6 Ways to Ensure Your AI Project is a Success

    Earlier this year Microsoft announced that it was introducing AI into its ubiquitous spreadsheet application Excel. It is an exciting development for both Microsoft and Excel users, but Diane Robinette, CEO of Incisive Software is wary of the risks involved. “AI is a good thing. Continue r...Read more

Add a Product  

Suggest a Product

1 2 3