Dee Campobasso, President   


Innovative Computing and Technology Solutions, LLC



Business Development Services


ICTS personnel, together with our strategic partners, have proven marketing and sales capabilities as well as the required technical ability to provide a range of business development services for our clients.


ICTS services include:

      Introductions to key personnel within major U.S. defense companies as well as

      Government, aerospace, homeland defense and military organizations

      Recommendations for participation in key defense and security programs

      Market analyses and product requirements assistance

      Strategic positioning assistance

      Program Management

      Capture Management support

      Product Competitive Analyses

      Proposal support

      On-site sales support

      Software services



Business Intelligence Services


Another service that ICTS can provide to clients is business intelligence within the high performance computing and associated technologies markets.


ICTS participates in many of the key venues offered on a regular basis within the military defense and homeland security market segments. ICTS attends various venues every year such as AUSA, AAAA, AFCEA, Missile & Space Symposiums, SMDC, ITSEC, Accelerating the Transformation 2006, Maritime Security EXPO and the High Performance Embedded Computing Conference, C4ISR symposium, Autotestcon, T & E Week, NDIA Conferences, Shot Show, are examples of ICTS’s involvement with defense and security.


Also, ICTS is in continual discussions with both large and small companies who are engaged in the development of new products and systems for improved military and homeland defense applications.


Coupled with ICTS’s involvement in the targeted market segments and the technology background of its staff, we are positioned to assess not only what is available, but how good it is for a specific application or opportunity.


Our approach to providing intelligence generally includes the following elements:


-        Define the real needs associated with prospective opportunities.

-        Determine who the players are

-        Determine what the qualifications are of those involved.

-        Investigate any political factors that may be present

-        Assess if there is there is a small business advantage.

-        Explore what the profile of the “ideal” supplier or partner is in the mind of the buyer (or seller).


The information required to answer the above questions needs to be obtained from a variety of sources. ICTS has the knowledge and experience to work with these sources and qualify them as a means to assist in the selection, collection and interpretation of the business intelligence required.