Huntsville, Alabama: MartinFederal Consulting, LLC (MartinFederal) has received approval from the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) for its upgraded Accounting System, powered by JAMIS Prime ERP. “MartinFederal’s substantial growth required us to move from a small accounting system to a more robust ERP system,” says David Mathis Chief Financial & Operations Officer of MartinFederal. The JAMIS Prime ERP implementation occurred last year with the help of service provider Hall Albright Garrison and Barns. The JAMIS Prime’s modern cloud-based architecture allowed HAGB to share and distribute tasks with full reporting abilities.
“The JAMIS managed accounting system program allowed MartinFederal to transform to a true Government Contracting enterprise software system without having to lead and staff a system implementation team,” said Steve Brander, VP of Business Development for JAMIS Software. “Our plan from the inception was to transition MartinFederal from using HAGB as their accounting staff to learning the system themselves and bringing it in-house,” states Karen Farlow, CPA of Hall Albright Garrison & Barnes.
DCAA primarily conducts contract audit, pre-award audits, post-award audits, and business system audits. Companies are restricted from certain types of business unless their accounting system can meet strict requirements set forth by DCAA.
“Our growth has been exciting, and we could not afford to risk having an unapproved accounting system as our business grows, and we take on more challenging contracts,” says David Mathis, Chief Financial & Operations Officer of MartinFederal. “The JAMIS Prime system provided an excellent foundation to adequately meet our DCAA audit needs. Not only does the system ensure compliance, but the product will also expand our office capabilities as we grow. HAGB did a great job assisting with implementation and assisting in best practices, and our accounting staff was instrumental in understanding the system and staying up to speed on the DCAA requirements.”
JAMIS managed accounting systems program enables small & emerging companies like MartinFederal to enter the enterprise ERP space through a trained and authorized JAMIS Managed Accounting Services provider without investing in the in-house expertise to implement a true ERP system. “Our managed accounting program is essentially a way to quickly jump-start a rapidly growing contractor into a true GOVCON business system foundation without the initial capital outlay,” says Steve Brander from JAMIS.
For over a decade, MartinFederal has provided the U.S. government with customer-focused, performance-based solutions. We use technology and an empowered workforce as an engine to drive our customers’ missions. The company’s core competencies are IT Services, Training and Development, Space and Mission Operations and Laboratory and Technical Support. Headquartered in Huntsville, AL, MartinFederal is one of a very small percentage of 8(a)’s and SDVOSB’s providing high-tech solutions to the Federal Government. We are dedicated to finding the solution to any problem through our experience from logistics to software engineering.
JAMIS Software Corporation is a leading provider of ERP software solutions designed specifically for government contractors and other project-focused organizations. JAMIS delivers comprehensive, intuitive, innovative, and cost-effective solutions for the most respected names in government contracting. Companies large and small rely on JAMIS to provide detailed visibility into all their projects. It is the foundation for DCAA and other regulatory compliance. JAMIS helps companies connect with customers, partners, and employees in entirely new ways to foster new levels of collaboration and drive profitability and growth. To learn more about JAMIS, visit JAMIS.com
This press release contains forward-looking statements, as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, relating to a contract award. Actual results could differ materially from these forward-looking statements. Many affect results including funding, continuation, and cuts to government spending resulting from future deficit reduction measures.