Qualis Corp Expands its Presence in Florida with National Center for Simulation (NCS) partners
For nearly all of Qualis' 28-year history the company has supported U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force acquisition programs and offices across the state of Florida. The Alabama-based firm, whose tag line is "Your Partner in Success!", will continue its work alongside the Orlando consortium leveraging NCS memberships and Qualis relationships to further develop innovative collaboration opportunities in support of complex modeling and simulation technology for aerospace and defense applications for the community and for Qualis customers.
"The first question from Qualis' executive leadership was, 'How can we help
NCS?'," remarked NCS CEO and President George Cheros. "I knew then they would be a great member in our partnership."
Qualis employees provide award-winning support to complex technical and engineering efforts, helping ensure critical programs, products and systems are acquired, tested, and fully operational when fielded. Qualis continues to build on its legacy as an innovator and industry leader in modeling and simulation today for the Army, Air Force, Space Force, Navy, MDA and NASA.
"Qualis leverages its capabilities across 18 states, from military and NASA locations, to bring innovative approaches acquiring modeling and simulation technology and advancing training systems to military programs and space programs," said Rod Duke, Qualis President.
National Center for Simulation is a non-profit trade association whose vision is to lead the growth of modeling, simulation and training. NCS is committed to promoting M&S technology expansion, supporting education and workforce development, and providing business development support to its members. www.simulationinformation.com.
Qualis Corporation is a Woman-Owned Small Business, headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, with a 28-year history as a trusted Department of Defense and NASA partner. Qualis is known as a Lead Systems Integrator of Mission Critical Services across all functional boundaries of the acquisition process (i.e., engineering, programmatic, finance, logistics, cyber, test & evaluation, etc.), and uses a Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach to integrate those functions, so that all program requirements are met with synergy. The firms core competencies and Communities of Practice (COPs) include Technical and Acquisition Support; Systems Engineering and Integration;