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4C Strategies signs strategic partnership with Cubic Global Defense

Posted 22 May 2018 · Add Comment

4C Strategies and Cubic Global Defense - who have successfully cooperated in Australia over the past five years - signed an agreement to expand their cooperation to a global level, primarily for the defence sector, where the company helps clients schedule, plan, deliver and evaluate military training, experimentation and operations through the EXONAUT software suite, which is in use today by NATO and +10 partner nations.

Courtesy 4C Strategies

4C Strategies provides integrated risk and incident management solutions. The company was founded in 2000 and has approx. 150 employees in Stockholm, Malmö, Visby, London, Warminster and Washington D.C.

Cubic Global Defense is a provider of live, virtual, constructive and game-based training solutions for the US and allied forces in more than 35 nations.

“In line with our global strategy for the expansion of 4C Strategies, we are proud to announce this agreement with Cubic Global Defense. Cubic has a strong world wide footprint and a compatible product portfolio, and we believe we can create great value for our customers” says Jonas Jonsson, Managing Director at 4C Strategies International.

"This is the right time to continue to build our global partner network, Cubic has successfully expanded the reach of our Readiness solutions in Australia, and we are thrilled to expand that success further as we see a growing demand for our joint offer." says Magnus Bergqvist, Chief Executive Officer, 4C Group AB.

Under the agreement, 4C Strategies and Cubic will explore opportunities to further integrate the companies’ complementary products, services and solutions.

“We’re pleased to continue our partnership with 4C Strategies as this new agreement builds on previous successful collaborations between the two companies, particularly in Australia,” said Dave Buss, president of Cubic Global Defense. “Our partnership will ultimately deliver improved value for our current customers and customers of future opportunities.”

The companies anticipate that improved aggregation between quantitative data generated within training simulation applications, such as Cubic’s CATS Metrix, and the qualitative assessments made by observers in 4C Strategies’ EXONAUT software suite, will enable significant advances in performance-based training. Combining this data provides enormous potential for data analytics, improved learning outcomes and greater readiness management.

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