Dallas, TX (4/24/14) Lone Star Analysis, internationally recognized for its unique enhanced decision analysis, modeling and simulation, and executive advisory support focused on highly complex client issues announces it has just completed another quarter of significant year-over-year revenue growth.
Lone Star is now in its ninth year of consistently delivering substantial year-over-year quarterly growth. Much of this success can be attributed to diversification in its client base and contracts by both domestic and international clients. They have selected Lone Star to provide predictive business and technical simulations and analysis because of its unique enhanced decision analysis capabilities.
Lone Star’s software enabled solutions are powered by TruNavigator™, a 4th generation Decision Analysis (DA) simulation tool that incorporates sophisticated Bayesian Inferencing with Monte Carlo analysis in a highly scalable platform. One example of a solution that helped drive Lone Star’s growth was the TruPredict™ Price to Win model. Based on TruNavigator, TruPredict provides best-in-class competitive pricing analysis and has consistently shown the ability to deliver clients with accurate, actionable, and defensible competitive pricing estimates.
The strength of TruNavigator and TruPredict is they quickly generate accurate answers and insight when dealing with issues that have significant uncertainty and complexity. Clients can easily visualize and understand potential outcomes due to the intuitive graphical outputs and they can run real-time “what if” scenarios to generate a level of understanding not previously capable with other tools.
“Our commitment to delivering improved operational and financial performance, cost savings, and risk reduction for our clients is the core of our success,” added Steve Roemerman, CEO of Lone Star. “We build a level of trust with clients that allow us to address some of their most complex and difficult issues. We are seeing many opportunities for growth with our existing clients, and new clients who see the substantial improvements others have made.”
“The growth the company is experiencing has resulted in the sixty-five percent expansion of our Texas facilities this month,” noted Matthew Bowers, Lone Star’s Vice President of Corporate Development. “With our strong client relationships and this expansion, we are well positioned to reach our 2014 growth and diversification goals.”