Systems Users Want, The First Time

Too often, systems are built from a concept that appears to meet requirements on paper, but do not take real-world user needs into account. INODE integrates functional and technical expertise throughout the development lifecycle to infuse understanding into our systems. The result? Systems that meet true user needs from the start, realizing cost and time savings by avoiding late-stage redesigns.

Translating Business Needs

Into Technical Requirements

In order to productively engage functional users, you need technical experts who will understand their language, needs, and frustrations. INODE has successfully translated user needs into technical requirements for Defense and Civilian agencies alike; for financial analysts, executive decisionmakers, physicians, and more.

Usability Requirements


Plan For evolution, anticipate effects of future change


Build with mission understaning and user insight


Develop real-world test cases

Customer Benefits

Systems Engineering Services

Examples of Customer Success

Server Consolidation Environment

United States Air Force (USAF)

INODE provided Architect and Engineer Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to integrate various OEM technologies, architecting, designing, and fielding an enterprise-wide Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solution at CONUS and OCONUS sites. We reduced the physical footprint of the former Vulnerability Lifecycle Management System (VLMS) which was too large for some bases, introduced virtualization, and improved overall performance. 

Delivered a highly functional, scalable, hardware-agnostic, enterprise-wide IaaS solution

All testing and integration for hardware buys and upgrades accomplished at zero additional cost to customer

Extended PMO's ability to facilitate onboarding and mission requirements of program tenants

Weapons System (WS) Flexpod Development

USAF Air Operations Center (AOC)

INODE modernized and consolidated the complex physical infrastructure behind the AOC WS by designed and fielding a FlexPod solution at all AOC locations, both CONUS and OCONUS. We moved the AOC from a physical to a virtual environment which reduced expenses, improved performance, and better served system needs. We also assisted with the design of the AOC Trusted Thin Client (TTC) initiative. 

Created Disaster Recovery (DR) capability between three sites, two OCONUS

Reduced footprint by 70%, reducing capital expenditure and improving performance

Planned migration path for private cloud environment