South Bend Tech Company Lands Federal Designation – Inside INdiana Business

(photo courtesy of Aunalytics)

(photo courtesy of Aunalytics)

SOUTH BEND – South Bend-based Aunalytics has received a major recognition for its Insights-as-a-Service technology. The company says it has achieved the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Ready designation and is now one of four Hoosier companies listed on the FedRAMP Marketplace for federal agencies and government contractors.

The designation applies to Aunalytics’ Cloud solution. The company says the platform helps government clients manage workforce, vendors, and credentials, among other items.

“FedRAMP Ready status and, ultimately certification, represents one of the highest compliance standards and third party validations of our cloud hosting services, giving federal agencies the utmost confidence that our offering is tested and confirmed to meet the trust principles of confidentiality, availability, security, and privacy,” said Kerry Vickers, chief information security officer at Aunalytics. “Meeting these rigorous standards will benefit all of our clients in every industry and enable us to expand our footprint within the government sector by providing federal agencies, as well as defense contractors and others required to use FedRAMP certified suppliers, with a cloud infrastructure that is FedRAMP compliant.”

FedRAMP is a government program which is an assessment and authorization process that federal agencies use to ensure security is in place when accessing cloud computing products and services.

Aunalytics says the designation is the first step in achieving a FedRAMP Authorization.