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Dallas, TX (7/22/13) Lone Star designed its TruNavigator™ decision analysis tool as a 4th generation modeling environment to generate powerful business and technical simulations. These simulations provide clients a true understanding of the most probable outcomes and key influencing elements for any decision, regardless of size or complexity. Effectively applied, it helps improve performance, reduce cost, and mitigate risk simultaneously.

Dallas, TX (7/22/13) Lone Star designed its TruNavigator™ decision analysis tool as a 4th generation modeling environment to generate powerful business and technical simulations. These simulations provide clients a true understanding of the most probable outcomes and key influencing elements for any decision, regardless of size or complexity. Effectively applied, it helps improve performance, reduce cost, and mitigate risk simultaneously.

“When critical decisions must be made, response time counts”, said Steve Roemerman, CEO of Lone Star. “TruNav is not burdened by the inflexibility of spreadsheets and other tools. Our tools enable quick construction of useful models that provide valuable client insight. As important, even our most complex simulations run in minutes, making real time “What If” analysis a practical reality. This is critical to exploring the sensitivity of various options, building intuition, and to gaining confidence. With competitive tools, the alternative is to wait hours as each “what if” is processed, and in many cases, other systems can’t address complex decisions at all.”

Lone Star’s tools are designed to deliver understanding, not just numbers. The modeling environment is transparent to the customer, enabling easy traceability of interrelated influences, the underlying mathematics, and the data inputs driving the outcomes. The outcomes can be visualized in several different formats that help provide clients intuitive understanding and insight. Understanding, from visualization, sensitivity analysis and other features of its modeling environment are critical to delivering answers with confidence.

“For many clients, visualization is the difference between computing a number and understanding it”, said Matthew Bowers, VP Corporate Development for Lone Star. “The magnitude and importance of the issues we address means that our toolset has to be open, transparent, and easily understood. Without this, the most accurate answer in the world may not be accepted.”