Media Roundup: EXOVERA Wins State Dept. Contract in Support of U.S. Embassy in Baghdad

EXOVERA has been awarded a three-year contract by the U.S. State Dept. to monitor and analyze traditional and social media in support of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq.

“EXOVERA offers innovative new tools to facilitate the government’s lawful ability to monitor and analyze social media trends,” EXOVERA President Jeremy Davis said. “We help clients anticipate and understand events before, during and after they occur. Using our EV3 platform, clients receive an early tripwire for bellwether events, real-time alerts and analysis through a sophisticated set of web-based visualization tools.”

SOSi established EXOVERA in 2012 as a commercial, cloud-based service that currently monitors 350,000 news and social media sites representing more than one million information sources around the world.

EXOVERA began as part of a program SOSi established in 2006 under a $70 million competitive contract with the U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM).

In 2012, EXOVERA spun off into a separate self-funded commercial enterprise, focused on high-end data analytics. The company first focused on Central Asia and the Middle East and targeted commercial clients, as well as the U.S. government.

EXOVERA is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SOS International LLC (SOSi) that monitors and analyzes international media trends for thousands of government and commercial clients worldwide.

Featured articles:

–       Washington Business Journal

–       ExecutiveBiz

–       WashingtonExec

–       Government Security News Magazine

–       Professional Oversees Contractor

–       Iraq Business News

–       American Security Today

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