Our consultants average more than 10 years in technology solutions and business operations. We help establish information strategies, improve operational stability, provide needs assessment, evaluate technology options and address challenges with software and business process changes.
For over 25 years, we have developed and integrated software solutions to serve the unique needs of our clients. We utilize best practices and our experience to bring you custom solutions, faster return on investment, and lower maintenance costs while providing client-focused support.
We provide experienced project management, leadership and quality assurance to help achieve successful projects. We help align and execute projects, or provide oversight function to assure projects proceed as intended and issues and risks are identified and addressed.
We integrate security into the software we build and partner with firms to bring you leading information security services including security audits, information risk assessments, cyber-threat analysis, incident response and hands-on security testing.
Wostmann & Associates, Inc. was founded in 1984 in Juneau, Alaska to develop technology solutions to meet the growing needs of Alaska businesses and government agencies. Today, our services include software design and development, systems analysis, project management, quality assurance and information security. In an effort to offer the most comprehensive information technology services, we partner with other firms for specific expertise. We have been engaged on more than 500 projects for federal, state and private sector organizations. Our record of success is defined by expectations met, trust earned and value delivered.
Wostmann welcomes Craig Millard as a software engineer to the Juneau office.
The next Alaska CIO Council lunch will be in January. For more information email HR@wostmann.com.
Quintillion Networks presented its new venture with Artic Fibre at the June Alaska CIO Council. Quintillion will connect northwestern Alaska communities to the Arctic Fibre undersea cable that will run between Japan and Europe via the Bering Sea. It will also provide an alternate route for traffic from the U.S. to Europe and Asia.