Meggitt Training Systems Rebrands as InVeris Training Solutions; Andrea Czop Quoted

Meggitt Training Systems Rebrands as InVeris Training Solutions; Andrea Czop Quoted

Meggitt Training Systems has unveiled a new logo and changed its name to InVeris Training Solutions to reflect the company’s commitment to delivering integrated live-fire and virtual weapons training platforms to military and law enforcement customers.

“InVeris means trust and integrity – values that are core to our clients and that we live every day. Our clients give their all, and we’re honored and proud to serve those who keep us safe with excellence. Because we know that when our clients are prepared, and their people are safe, we all stay safe,” Andrea Czop, vice president of strategy, sales and marketing at InVeris, said in a statement published Wednesday.

InVeris Training Solutions is based in Suwanee, Georgia, and has more than 400 employees focused on applying an Agile approach to designing and delivering live-fire and virtual training systems to military, law enforcement and private range clients. The company has deployed over 15K live-fire ranges and 5,100 virtual platforms worldwide through its legacy companies Caswell and FATS.

InVeris has also launched a new website and corporate colors as part of the rebranding effort.

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