Easy Dynamics Corporation (EDC) is an Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) software and services firm. We specialize in custom application development and cloud computing, delivering mission-critical solutions for Federal and Commercial clients in continuous integration environments.
Meet our leaders: Poupak Afshar, Pirooz Javan, Jeff Woltz and Paul Grassi. Click below to learn more about the personalities that are the brains behind Easy Dynamics and the solutions we build.
Located in the historic U Street Corridor, we work hard, but like to play hard too. From Mario Kart contests to the annual summer crab feast, no day is ever the same.
Poupak Afshar founds Easy Dynamics. Hires Pirooz Javan in somewhat nepotistic first decision.
Begin working with CBP to support enterprise architecture and application development services.
EDC brings in a third partner, Jeff Woltz. The company combines their skill sets to begin company growth strategy and add in Vinay Raman as VP of Business Development. Modern era begins.
Al Himler joins EDC to round out the Fab 5. Begin working at DHS HQ to provide enterprise architecture and project management services. CBP work expands with major application migration projects.
Easy Dynamics develops service offerings, with a focus on Microsoft solutions. Application development and enterprise architecture methodologies are developed while becoming a Microsoft Gold Partner in Portals and Collaboration.
Development on EasyBox, a Secure Messaging platform begins. Services continue to expand with IT Portfolio Management for USMC.
EasyBox is launched and is the only commercially available secure messaging platform for SharePoint and compatible as a cross platform secure messenger for any platform.
Easy Dynamics grows past double digits and wins large application development projects at DHS HQ while CBP work expands.
Increase commercial and non-profit work with series of SharePoint migrations and customizations for numerous customers. Develops internal methodologies for content migration for SharePoint.
Design begins on EasyBox v2 for SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online native apps.
Focus on growth and corporate culture. Expand on monthly events with first annual Easy Dynamics summer crab feast and first Super Smash Bros. Tournament is held with the winner crowned to Ms. Kayla Funke.
First federal prime contract with Department of Navy to perform ICAM, Cloud and Information Sharing services hosted on a Public Cloud Service Provider.
Increase focus in federal cloud computing with an emphasis on application migration to CSPs. EDC develops competency in cyber security/ information assurance with successful DISA ATO delivered on an aggressive schedule
Our office space doubles as our team passes 20 people.
In addition to being a Microsoft partner, Easy Dynamics expands partnership with Amazon Web Services while maintaining platform agnostic strategies for our customers.
Easy Dynamics hosts first annual charity Halloween ball on U Street. Byte Back is chosen as our 2015 charitable partner.
Jeff Woltz joined Easy Dynamics in its infancy and never looked back. When not architecting SharePoint solutions or perfecting his PowerShell abilities, Jeff can be found working on any number of home improvement projects. Of course his two young boys compete for his time as well.
Partner, Chief Information Officer
Paul Grassi joining Easy Dynamics has been predestined as far back as 2010, when Pirooz and Paul first met. They share the exact same approach to client delivery and relationships, so it’s about time his employment has been consummated. Paul serves as the SVP of Cybersecurity and Identity Management, responsible for helping clients mature their cybersecurity programs via an appropriate mixture of policy, process, technology, and monitoring. Prior to joining, he was the Senior Standards and Technology Advisor and Lead for Digital Identity at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Partner, SVP Cybersecurity & Identity Management