CACI partners with integrated modeling, simulation firm

CACI International has entered into a strategic partnership with No Magic Inc. to provide advanced system and software integration services to the Defense Department and federal market.

No Magic Inc. is a global provider of integrated modeling, simulation and analysis services and solutions.

The two will combine CACI’s model-driven design and implementation approach to software design and integration with No Magic’s Cameo tool suite to accelerate time-to-deploy by creating executable architecture and automating significant steps of the software development lifecycle, CACI said in a release.

"The alliance of CACI and No Magic to integrate and leverage CACI's standards-based, architecture-driven design and implementation methodology and No Magic's software tools suite creates an unparalleled agile and productive approach to systems integration and addresses head on the risks in complex system integration that federal agencies are too often faced with,” said Valerie Lyons, CACI Executive Vice President of the company’s Business Systems Solutions group.

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