Lone Star Delivers Increased ROI with Modeling and Simulations

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Return on Investment (ROI) may not be considered when a successful client engagement is completed. Yet, Lone Star believes it is in the best interest of its clients to be made aware of the return they received in every case.

Clients find that they were able to identify unintended cost savings and other areas of opportunity not defined as part of the initial engagement

In many cases, Return on Investment (ROI) may not be considered when a successful client engagement is completed. Yet, Lone Star believes it is in the best interest of its clients to be made aware of the return they received in every case.

In a recently conducted ROI presentation by Lone Star to one of its clients, the firm found the initial and primary engagement (including non-recurring model development cost) showed a return of 23:1. Subsequent analysis for the client (utilizing the same model) resulted in an almost 200:1 return.

“All too often, clients find that in addition to solving the immediate problem, they were able to identify unintended cost savings and other areas of opportunity not defined as part of the initial engagement,” said Matthew Bowers, Vice President of Corporate Development.

In this particular case, the TruNavigator™ simulation analysis provided reliable predictions for the right application of organization assets. The engagement determined that it was not only possible to alleviate an increase in the engagement issue, it actually allowed for a reduction. A trade-off analysis provided information on the optimal solutions that were ultimately used, and the true root causes were revealed.

Another benefit of the Lone Star’s value-added approach to analysis is the ability to explore other ancillary opportunities that might be revealed as part of the initial engagement using the Lone Star TruNav modeling capability. The client found that “What If” scenarios were capable of being run in real-time - not extended months as before. Moreover, the model revealed other ancillary opportunities for cost reductions and cost avoidance.

For more information on this and other interesting case studies, visit the Lone Star website at http://www.lone-star.com.

About Lone Star
Lone Star has built a strong reputation with its clients for delivering insightful analysis, advice and support that leads to improved operational performance, monetary savings and risk reduction. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Lone Star has gained international recognition for its decision analysis and business modeling, by providing advisory services that address a client’s most complex, mission critical challenges. Lone Star’s roots lie in the development, fielding and support of complex technologies and programs for the Department of Defense and commercial enterprises in the telecommunications and technology markets.

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