London (UK), 24th January 2024– Sirius Analysis, a leading specialist in the delivery of operational analysis, cost analysis, systems engineering and P3M, and Cervus, a veteran-owned data company using its analytics-as-a-service (AaaS) platform to disrupt the traditional defence and security industries, have announced the expansion of their successful partnership at the International Armoured Vehicles Conference (IAVC) in London.
The two companies began working together collaboratively in 2022 and earlier this year signed a memorandum of understanding formalising their relationship in the UK. The new partnership shows our intent to continue collaborating on the development of new products and services in the UK and overseas.
Greater integration between Sirius Analysis and Cervus will also see the companies share more resources and collaborate further on joint training, marketing and technical partnerships, explains Darrell Hannam, MOD S&T Account Lead, at Sirius Analysis. “By strengthening our partnership with Cervus on both a national and international basis, we will leverage the two companies’ shared values and expertise to deliver an enhanced and complementary Force Development, experimentation and analysis offering for the defence market.”
Visitors to IAVC, on the 24th of January 2024 at Twickenham Stadium London, will be able to experience an interactive manual wargame demonstration being hosted by Sirius Analysis, and supported by Cervus, in the Brunel 1 Conference Room.
Commenting on the partnership with Cervus, Sirius Analysis Director Tom Baldwin says:
“We are excited to establish a more formal relationship with Cervus, which builds on our success over the last few years and shows our commitment to strengthen the partnership further. Using Cervus innovative and market leading approach to providing Analytics-as-a-Service, and our broad range of analysis expertise, we will continue to grow and improve the services we provide our Defence customers at home and overseas.”
Alan Roan, Cervus MD, responds:
“It’s great that we can finally formalise our relationship with Sirius, having worked with them for a while. We believe that the partnership between the two companies is an obvious union, with two like-minded companies sharing their unique skill sets and experiences. We think that this partnership will increase the availability to our customers of rapid, trustworthy, and practical analysis of military problem sets.”