Integration Innovation Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Integration Innovation's estimated revenue is currently $106.9M per year.
- Integration Innovation's estimated revenue per employee is $288075
- Integration Innovation has 371 Employees.
- Integration Innovation grew their employee count by 35% last year.
- Integration Innovation currently has 1 job openings.
|Adam Kingsborough||Director, Interactive Training|
|Shannon Allen||Vice President|
|John Kilian||Vice President, Systems and Software Engineering|
|Gen Bill Looney||President|
|Danny Tollison||Director, Advanced Technology Initiatives|
|Matthew Stark||Vice President of Finance|
|Rocky Arrants||Director of International Training|
|Adam Harper||EVP - Strategic Programs and Capture|
|Mark Richardson||Director of Contracts|
What Is Integration Innovation?
i3 is a technically diverse business solving the Nation's toughest problems. Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, i3 is focused on providing superior engineering, training, analytical and technology development services to our Government and commercial customers. We strive to create a positive environment that enriches the lives of our team members through a commitment to excellence, with the intent to identify emerging needs, encourage innovation, and make a meaningful impact on our Nation, its allies, and our community. Our team members have a diverse set of technical specialties and capabilities, including: Hypersonic Weapons Full Life-Cycle/C4 Engineering Services Cyber Security & IT Innovative Solutions Interactive Multimedia Instruction Thermal Protection Systems UAS & Intelligence Training Warfighter Readiness/Training & Education Launch/Operations Crew Training Global Flight Training - Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing Digital Missile Simulation Software & Security Engineeringkeywords:Consulting,Information Security,Security
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