MCLEAN, Va. -- MicroStrategy Incorporated, a leading worldwide provider of business intelligence software, today announced that the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) Office of Strategic Management and Analysis, part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, has implemented the MicroStrategy Business Intelligence Platform to analyze transportation security operations at commercial airports nationwide. The solution was implemented by McLean, Virginia- headquartered BearingPoint, Inc.
TSA executives, Federal Security Directors, and TSA field staff use MicroStrategy's software to assess and streamline the performance of commercial airport security operations. MicroStrategy anchors TSA's Performance Management Information System (PMIS), which collects, analyzes, and reports passenger and baggage screening data. Operational performance metrics, such as wait times at selected airports, TSA staff utilization, and screening equipment utilization are collected and reported via the PMIS system. headquartered BearingPoint, Inc.
"We're proud that our technology is TSA's software-of-choice for these critical performance reporting applications, and that it is being deployed for work so clearly vital to the nation's security and the well-being of its citizens," said MicroStrategy's COO Sanju Bansal. "Federal and state government agencies are choosing MicroStrategy to gain better visibility into their operations and to help make important decisions on a wide range of matters." headquartered BearingPoint, Inc.