More and more, the Federal Aerospace & Defense (FA&D) industry is being challenged to do more with less: program managers often manage too many projects with too few resources and operate with too much data but too little meaningful information. Success depends on being able to effectively control complex resource and technology dependencies while tightly managing program requirements and risk in order to deliver new products and technologies on time and on budget.
Sopheon’s program lifecycle management solutions for FA&D agencies and manufacturers simplify and automate strategic program planning and technology roadmapping, ideation, and process execution. Modeling Department of Defense (DoD) 5000 guidelines, Sopheon’s end-to-end software suite provides a clear view of program plans and supply chain dependencies, enabling commercial, military, and government entities to synchronize strategic roadmapping and program and innovation planning execution. By aggregating data from multiple, disparate sources, FA&D senior executives and program managers alike can have better visibility to program details, more effectively collaborate within and among program teams, and make faster, more informed decisions about new product ideas and technological capabilities. In the end, Sopheon’s aerospace and defense program management solutions will help you win more contracts and fulfill them successfully.
Learn why FA&D leaders such as BAE Systems, the US Army, Bell Helicopter, and Northrop Grumman rely on Sopheon’s software to:
- Manage programs more effectively and efficiently, shortening program development cycles
- Better allocate limited resources to high-visibility, high-value projects
- Streamline collaboration among globally dispersed teams and suppliers
- Share program requirements and make them visible with the level of detail needed for precise A&D program management and traceability
- Improve technology reuse within and across programs and agencies
- Ensure strategic alignment between future planned projects and programs and near-term operational plans