Tysons, VA - LMI has been chosen as one of Washington Technology’s 2019 Industry Innovator winners for developing and integrating its Maintenance and Availability Data Warehouse (MADW™) solution. The Industry Innovator awards recognize private-sector companies' vital role in the government IT community and showcase the best examples of discovery and innovation.
Designed to assess the effect of corrosion on the cost and availability of weapons systems, MADW™ is capable of answering virtually any historical question concerning maintenance cost or availability. Using predictive and diagnostic modeling and a new efficiency measure of cost per day of availability, MADW™ finds opportunities to achieve availability targets at lower costs.
MADW™ draws from over 45 disparate authoritative data systems, inclusive of 1.1 billion task-level transactional records and another 500 million supply or materials requisition records. This robust analytical capability and database provides availability, cost, inventory, and transactional data on every weapons system and readiness reportable piece of equipment within the U.S. Department of Defense.
“MADW™ has enabled DoD to build a common sustainment ontology to measure and communicate the health of our weapons systems to all stakeholders—the Office of the Secretary of Defense, military service branches, Congress and the executive branch, and our defense industry partners,” said Dee Reardon, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and DoD’s logistics reform lead. “The LMI team proved critical in turning this initiative into reality and delivering an immediately usable product. LMI’s expertise and commitment helped the Department achieve the desired result in record time.”
MADW™ has strengthened the DoD sustainment community—and established LMI as a leader in data warehousing. “MADW™ has had incredible impacts on our clients’ ability to manage their business. It also demonstrates our laser focus and commitment to designing and delivering data-ready environments,” said Josh Wilson, LMI’s Vice President of Advanced Analytics.
LMI will be honored formally at the Government Innovation Awards dinner on November 7, 2019, at the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner, in Tysons Corner, Va.