Lone Star Revenue Equals Its Highest Quarter
Dallas, TX (11/4/15) Lone Star Analysis, internationally recognized for its unique decision analysis support, modeling, and simulation, and a trusted provider of advisory services addressing highly complex client issues for business and technology announces it has just delivered another year-over-year quarter of strong revenue growth. Revenue for the third quarter was up 24%.
For more than nine years, the company has regularly seen increasing revenues. This quarter equaled the first quarter of this year – Lone Star’s highest ever. Much of this success can be attributed to an accelerating increase in its client base for both domestic and international clients, and the successful utilization of its predictive analysis and modeling tools that demonstrate how the company has taken analytics to a new level.
“We believe much of this momentum is the result of our unique TruNavigatorSM decision analysis tool. TruNavSM is a 5th 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 Matthew Bowers, Vice President of Corporate Development. “TruNav has proven itself far superior to other Decision Analysis tools. We now have influence diagrams exceeding two million nodes.”
One customer noted, “They possess several specialized proprietary tools and methods that allow them to respond to questions in hours versus weeks (typical for most analysis houses). Lone Star provides a competency that just doesn’t exist in the market.”
It is not only the sophistication of Lone Star capabilities that has generated its significant and consistent growth; the Company has gained a reputation for exceeding customer expectations. Another customer said, “Lone-Star has methods and tools that have application far beyond our current needs, and methods and tools that have application far beyond our own.”
“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 our clients and partners trust us and have found that we address some of their most complex and difficult issues, we are seeing many opportunities for growth.”
“The Company has seen growth in all solutions areas of its business: Strategic Transformation, Performance Optimization, Competitive Differentiation and Programs & Systems & Advisory,” Mr. Bowers noted. “As we look out to year-end we expect to achieve our year-over-year growth targets.”
About Lone Star Analysis
Lone Star Analysis enables customers to make insightful decisions faster than their competitors. We are a predictive guide bridging the gap between data and action. Prescient insights support confident decisions for customers in Oil & Gas, Transportation & Logistics, Industrial Products & Services, Aerospace & Defense, and the Public Sector.
Lone Star delivers fast time to value supporting customers planning and on-going management needs. Utilizing our TruNavigator® software platform, Lone Star brings proven modeling tools and analysis that improve customers top line, by winning more business, and improve the bottom line, by quickly enabling operational efficiency, cost reduction, and performance improvement. Our trusted AnalyticsOSSM software solutions support our customers’ real-time predictive analytics needs when continuous operational performance optimization, cost minimization, safety improvement, and risk reduction are important.
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Lone Star is found on the web at http://www.Lone-Star.com
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