The public designation puts the engineering and analytic services provider in the company of professional services firms including system integrators, strategic consultants and resellers that design, migrate or build Amazon Web Services-based solutions for clients.
The McLean, Va.-based company says its development and services offerings span a variety of technologies including cloud computing; big data and analytics; cybersecurity; mobility; visualization and cybersecurity.
Altamira formed out of the June merger between Invertix and Neart Infinity as the companies looked to generate more business in the national security and intelligence realms by combining into a single entity.
Mark Spoto, managing director of Razor’s Edge Ventures, which Altamira said helped bring the deal together through certain pre-merger investments, said the combined company will promote open sources solutions for government customers.
Altamira said it aims to leverage its partnership with Amazon to grow its customer base with more product offerings.
It is led by president and chief executive Art Hurtado, who previously served as chairman and CEO at Invertix.
Chris D’Agostino, the founder and former CEO of Near Infinity, now serves as Altamira’s chief technology officer at Altamira and is responsible for driving the firm’s technology vision.