AIS (Applied Information Sciences)

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AIS (Applied Information Sciences) provides software and systems engineering services to government agencies and businesses across the United States. We specialize in cloud services, DevOps, custom application development and IT services. Our areas of expertise include custom application development, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Office 365, SharePoint, Dynamics 365, User Experience (UX), business intelligence/advanced analytics and IoT, and Managed Services. Our customers include a broad range of organizations, from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, and include state and local governments as well as defense and national security agencies. Our analysis-driven approach to solving business problems—combined with our commitment to deadlines and budgets—results in successful projects and long-term relationships with our clients. We're a top-tier cloud partner for Microsoft, Amazon and Equinix with proven capabilities and a track record of success.

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