PRISM is the most successful acquisition management system across all of government. Over 100 Defense, intel, and federal agencies with more than 40,000 users around the globe rely on PRISM every day. It helps agencies achieve regulatory compliance and operational efficiencies.
PRISM is much more than a basic contract writing system. It offers full acquisition lifecycle management – from the time the need is identified, through the sourcing process, the award, post award management and finally closeout.
PRISM’s powerful acquisition engine was specifically designed for the unique complexity of federal and DoD acquisition. It comes loaded with all the tools needed to ensure FAR and DFARS compliance. Out-of-the-box, it is fully integrated with IAE systems and supports all federal reporting requirements.
PRISM is highly configurable and can support a wide range of missions and acquisitions from the most basic to the most complex major weapon systems. And it is the only solution with the agility to rapidly adapt to changes in mission direction.
It is built on an open standards architecture and can be easily slipped into any ERP stack; sending and receiving data from across the enterprise. It can support data warehouses, document repositories and even external dashboards. It delivers real-time visibility and transparency including comprehensive audit trails of all activity across the acquisition life-cycle.
And now PRISM 7 is setting new benchmarks for what an acquisition management system should be.
PRISM has evolved beyond process automation and data capture to become a powerful BI-centric solution, providing key insights for complex planning and enabling informed decision making. It offers a rich Web 2.0 user interface that streamlines processes and organizes content and functions so that they are logical and intuitive. This user-centric approach increases productivity and efficiency and reduces user adoption time.
On December 1, 2010, Compusearch hosted an important discussion on the future of acquisition in the Federal Government and the Department of Defense at the Newseum in Washington, DC. This event featured the public debut of PRISM 7.