09/16/2014

ATI’s Alastar Software Takes Home Gold Award

Receives Top Honor from the American Business Awards

Charleston, SC – ATI today announced that its wide-area situational awareness software, Alastar, received top recognition from the 2014 American Business Awards (ABA). Alastar won a Gold Stevie in the Software Development Solution of the Year category and was recognized at the ABA Tech Awards dinner in San Francisco, C.A. last week. The national award program, “the Stevie Awards,” recognizes the achievements and contributions of businesses worldwide.

More than 150 members of several specialized judging committees determined award placements with finalists winning either a gold, silver or bronze Stevie. Earlier this year, SCRA, ATI’s parent company, won gold for Non-Profit Company of the Year, gold for SCRA’s CFO, Julia Martin, as the Non-Profit Executive of the Year, and a bronze for the SC Launch Annual Report in the Best Annual Report category. Previously, SCRA has received Stevie awards for: Company of the Year- Non-Profit, CEO of the Year- Non-Profit, Best Tech Innovation of the Year, and Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year.

“We are delighted to accept this recognition from the ABA for the deployment of Alastar,” said SCRA CEO Bill Mahoney. “This software brings interoperability and multiple data streams together for end users so they may better predict and respond to various security threats and situations. Our teams have worked hard to bring this technology to market, and receiving this award is a testament to their expertise and dedication.”

ATI (Advanced Technology Institute) builds and manages research collaborations that develop technology solutions to complex challenges. ATI leads diverse industries and organizations to develop technology solutions, typically for the Department of Defense and other federal clients. Our collaborative approach can be used to develop solutions for any industry or discipline. Our current R&D portfolio includes shipbuilding and ship repair, advanced materials, medical technologies, electromagnetic spectrum technologies and rapid DoD prototyping. Where it is a client goal, ATI ensures wide-spread industry adoption and application of new technologies. ATI manages over twelve large, federally-funded consortia with a contract value of more than $16 billion.

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