Entelliteq uses robust processes and automated tools to distribute and integrate software within an organization. Our ITIL based methods ensure that software implementation is aligned with business requirements and provides value to our customers. The Entelliteq process is transparent to our clients, with full visibility and accountability in each step. Our methods include reporting tools that summarize each activity, provide status, and other useful metrics. The result of our processes is software distribution and integration that is tested, audited, logged, tracked, and ultimately available to the end-users.

Entelliteq (previously IR Technologies) has overseen significant software distribution projects such as ERP (GCSS-MC), several enterprise web applications, and training events. Entelliteq has maintained software releases and facilitated the distribution of these products to both Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) locations. Entelliteq’s methodologies cover the full development, testing, and release management processes required before software distribution. Entelliteq also believes that an effective Configuration Management process is essential to support distribution through the entire project lifecycle.


Multi-Level Secure Messaging Capability Added to SituX LogC2 platform

Entelliteq recently demonstrated its ability to further adapt the SituX LogC2 platform to support operations in conflicted and austere environments. Military logistics data has always straddled the operational classification line. Logistics information systems need to transmit unit and equipment readiness data and provide sensitive or classified physical locations to enable distribution

Field Expedient Applications

Entelliteq is pleased to announce the release of the Field Expedient Applications (FEA) set of mobile applications. FEA is designed for front-line workers, Marines, soldiers, and sailors to help make their daily routines easier. The initial free version of the application has a Water/Rations calculator to rapidly determine the amount

GCSS-MC Disconnected OTA Completed Successfully

The GCSS-MC Forward (GMF) prototype was designed from the ground up for Delayed/Disconnected, Intermittently Connected, Low-Bandwidth (DIL) network environments. During the weeklong demonstration, GMF performed the “fastest” the Marine Corps evaluators had seen. The prototype easily handled sending data across the most disadvantaged communications networks. Entelliteq (previously) IR Tech successfully

GCSS-MC Forward Prototype

We want to thank the Marine Corps for observing our successful demonstration of the GCSS-MC Forward (GMF) Prototype on March 10, 2020. GMF is designed to extend essential GCSS-MC functionality to the battlefield. It is critical for the Marines to access network functionality over low-bandwidth high latency networks. Entelliteq (previously

5 things that we love about the Lehr Fleet Show

Entelliteq (previously IR Technologies) attended the 10th annual Lehr Fleet Show on Thursday, May 3rd, 2018. We got an opportunity to meet with our State and Municipal technologists and Fleet Managers from Northern California. We were able to discuss problems in the industry that our innovative solutions could potentially solve. We

Norway Air-Land Marine Expeditionary Brigade Planning Application

The Norway Air-Land Marine Expeditionary Brigade (NALMEB) is the Marine Corps’ only land-based prepositioned stock and consists of prepositioned Marine Corps gear within six tunnels in central Norway, such as at Bjugn Cave Orland Main Air Station in Norway. The Norway Air-Land Marine Expedition Brigade was intended as a cost-effective


Entelliteq (previously IR Tech) designed, developed, and maintained the ATLASS software application for the Marine Corps Logistics Command (LOGCOM).  ATLASS provided unit-level and Enterprise supply management and reporting capabilities across organizational levels in the Marine Corps.  This project was initiated to replace a legacy DOS application with a new technology

Global Combat Support System – Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) Engineering

Project Needs: Initial Program Management Office (PMO) startup Define Acquisition Strategy for a major, DoD ERP implementation program Define and defend program budget after two failed POMs (Program Objective Memorandums) Solution: Provide thought leaders from industry and the USMC to provide long-term program support to the GCSS-MC program office, assist

Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) Technology

Entelliteq (previously IR Tech) helped define the technical direction of the Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps/Logistics Chain Management (GCSS-MC/LCM) Increment 1. This project is the only Marine Corp ACAT-I/Major Automated Information System (MAIS), National Security Enterprise Program (NSEP) information technology initiative. The scope of Increment 1 was to replace 40-year-old


Project Needs: MAGTF Logistics Support Systems consists of the Common Logistics Command and Control System (CLC2S) and the Transportation Capacity Planning Tool (TCPT). These are unique tools that integrate personnel, supplies, and equipment, providing actual Logistics Command and Control and Transportation Management capabilities to the Marine Air Ground Task Force