Dallas, TX (9/30/13) Lone Star, internationally recognized in business and technology decision support, modeling, and simulation, and a provider of advisory services addressing highly complex client issues announces continued strong performance through three quarters of the year.
Continuing its strong track record of growth, Lone Star delivered more than a 50% year-over-year revenue increase for the first three quarters of the year. These increases can be directly attributed to demand for Lone Star’s powerful decision analysis solutions. Lone Star software enabled solutions are driven by TruNavigator™, Lone Star’s decision analysis engine, and other unique tools like TruPredict™, a best-in-class competitive Price to Win analysis platform.
“TruNavigator and TruPredict have been significant contributors to this quarter’s results,” said Steve Roemerman, Lone Star CEO. “TruNav is a 4th generation Decision Analysis modeling environment that generates simulations providing a true understanding of the range of potential outcomes for any decision, regardless of size or complexity,” said Mathew Bowers, Vice President of Corporate Development. “And TruPredict, Lone Star’s unique Price to Win suite, as announced last week has captured the eye of many new clients who recognize the strategic value of utilizing a price to win solution with a proven track record of success,” Bowers noted.
The strength of TruNav and TruPredict is they can quickly generate accurate answers and insight when dealing with issues that have significant uncertainty. 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 performance, cost savings and risk reduction for our clients is the core of our success,” added Steve Roemerman, CEO of Lone Star. “Because clients trust us and have found that we 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.”