ASSETT, Inc. Celebrates 20th Year Serving the Nation’s Armed Forces
Manassas, VA, January 29, 2021: Advanced Systems Supportability Engineering Technologies and Tools, Incorporated, better known as ASSETT, Inc., is celebrating its 20th year in business this month. For the past two decades, ASSETT has led digital transformation, software development, and systems engineering for customers in the Navy, the Special Operations community, and the Federal government.
In 2001, founders Robert McCaig, Galen Plunkett, George Dasher, and Gene Hamill set out to build a company that could push the boundaries of innovation while also rapidly delivering cost-effective systems and support to its customers. ASSETT’s CEO, Wayne Jakubowski, reflected on this milestone, “Our company’s focus has been to enable our nation’s undersea dominance in the global commons. America’s submarine force is second to none, and we are proud of our contributions to advance its capabilities.”
Our company’s focus has been to enable our nation’s undersea dominance in the global commons. America’s submarine force is second to none, and we are proud of our contributions to advance its capabilities.Wayne Jakubowski, ASSETT CEO
ASSETT engineers have a long legacy of creating forward-looking ideas that supercharge the pervasive, sophisticated applied science associated with submarine systems. Expertise in command and control and sonar sensors is at the core of their offerings, but today that knowledge base has evolved to build intelligent power solutions and provide model-based systems engineering for complex combat system architecture. ASSETT engineering efforts have resulted as decision aids at the highest levels of DoD and Federal Government, and have also been deployed on various platforms.
At the heart of ASSETT’s longevity has been a culture of collaboration, continuous learning, and employee growth. Current ASSETT President RADM (Ret.) Jim Shannon remarked, “Our people and processes guarantee high-quality products. We strive to be thought leaders who can bring new technical concepts to warfighters. Our most recent accomplishment to develop a modern integrated control system for manned submersibles is such an example. Our engineers know the operators and deliver the goods.” For more information about ASSETT and the work we are doing, please visit us on the web at www.assettinc.com.