ABOUT
IN 1999, WE INTRODUCED AN ENGINEERING MINDSET TO SOLVE THE MOST COMPLEX TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES ORGANIZATIONS FACE.

From day one, our focus at InSequence has been to remove the human errors organizations deal with due to the complexity of managing vast amount of technology assets and data, especially in areas such as software. Born from this was an engineering mindset to produce desired outcomes for everything from technology implementation and integration to traceability.

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ABOUT

It’s not only a smarter approach, it’s backed by a proven history of bridging the technology gap between required business results and implementation. What our engineering mindset delivers is technology accountability as well as transparency in software asset management. This means you know what technology you have, who is using it, where it’s being used and what it costs. Gone are the days, and headaches, of using guesswork and spreadsheets that often are just line items of human error.

Engineered outcomes. We deliver success, then repeat.
The lifeblood of any organization is data, including the software assets to effectively manage and utilize that data in secure environments. The challenge is one you probably know all too well. The volume and type of applications utilized in complex government and business environments are next to impossible to manage internally from beginning to end. It’s an enormous gap that you can’t bridge.

What you can end up with is software that might promise solutions for supporting your company mission, but at a price that your accounting department didn’t budget for. This includes everything from excessive license expenditures to implementations that you thought would take weeks to complete, not months. Then there’s the concern of paying the ultimate price in security breaches that open doors to your valuable business data.

With our engineered outcomes, you get software implementation and integration success across your entire organization. You also know it’s up-to-date, continually cost effective and secure during the entire software lifecycle. We help you forget how complex software management is because we’ve removed those concerns along with the surprises. After all, we engineered it that way.

 

MISSION

 

AT INSEQUENCE, WE ENGINEER OUTCOMES FOR YOUR MOST DEMANDING TECHNOLOGY PROBLEMS BY USING OUR PROPRIETARY SCOPES METHODOLOGY. IT’S OUR WAY TO ELIMINATE THE TECHNOLOGY GAP BETWEEN YOUR DESIRED BUSINESS RESULTS AND ACTUAL IMPLEMENTATION. THE RESULT? WHAT YOU SPEND ON IT DOESN’T JUST HELP RUN YOUR ORGANIZATION, IT HELPS YOU ACHIEVE GROWTH GOALS WHILE DRIVING DOWN THE COST OF RUNNING IT SERVICES ON A SUSTAINABLE BASIS YEAR AFTER YEAR.

TEAM
JAMES E. FILLA
CEO & Founder

With over 36 years of technical and management leadership with the Department of Defense (DOD) and Intelligence Community (IC), James Filla has extensive experience in the development, integration and maintenance/sustainment of mission-support systems. As the head of InSequence corporate leadership, he is responsible for the company’s strategic direction and business development, oversight of all corporate business development activities, financial and investment oversight.

ANDREW J. FILLA
CTO

Andrew Filla is responsible for delivering engineered outcomes for all engineering, research, and development activities. His Software Supply Chain expertise provides a framework for customers to achieve predictable and repeatable supply chain environments. Andrew continues to make advances in software supply chains, and the integration with cyber capabilities, to ensure government agencies and private enterprises have positive control of their technology environments.

PETER D. JEANMOUGIN
Software Supply Chain Solutions & Business Development

Peter Jeanmougin developed the InSequence software supply chain practice and is responsible for our software supply chain clients. For over 29 years, he has been driving operational innovation, technology and process improvement for the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense. Peter has engineered outcomes for testing national assets, moving enterprises to cloud services and migrating government agency systems during relocation. He has also headed up the workstation software management and provisioning component for the intelligence community resulting in a centralized system to improve consistency, performance and costs.

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