PRICE® Systems to Exhibit at 24th Annual INCOSE International Symposium

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Innovative data-driven estimating framework for better alternative selection & risk reduction to be showcased at upcoming industry event

PRICE® Systems LLC, pioneer in the science of parametric estimating and developer of PRICE® TruePlanning®—the global standard for accurate cost estimating—will attend the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) 24th Annual International Symposium (IS), to be held at the Green Valley Ranch Resort, near Las Vegas, in Nevada, this June 30 – July 3.

While in attendance, PRICE will offer demonstrations at Booth E2, to show attendees how TruePlanning® 2014 can be leveraged for Affordability Engineering. PRICE Systems’ data-driven, statistical top-down estimating methodology is “product”-driven, allowing engineers to assess the cost, schedule and risk impacts of changes in performance and requirements.

TruePlanning® 2014’s suite of integrated tools—including TrueFindings® and TrueMapper® as well as new cost models—eases the combination of data, statistics, the PRICE models and estimate mapping in a robust data-driven estimating framework. This framework speaks an “engineering” language, enabling rapid translation of design concepts to program and fiscal impacts. Additionally, TruePlanning® interfaces with computer-aided engineering tools—including PHX ModelCenter®, Dassault CATIA/Simulia, PTC Windchill, and many more—to help automate design tradeoff analyses.

To learn more, visit PRICE at Booth E2 at INCOSE IS or visit PRICE University™ online to view the recent webinar series, now on-demand, introducing TruePlanning® 2014.

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization, founded in 1990, that aims to promote and advance the best of systems engineering. To learn more about INCOSE IS, visit:

About PRICE® Systems

PRICE Systems provides more than 40 years of cost estimating software expertise across a wide variety of market applications and business needs—from aerospace and defense program planning and budgeting to design studies, bids, and proposals for new hardware, software, and microelectronic components. Today, PRICE cost models developed from more than 21,000 projects, plus ongoing PRICE research into refining how those models reflect realistic costs, and PRICE frameworks for integrating client-specific cost histories into new estimating efforts, put PRICE Systems at the forefront of cost estimating and cost management solutions.

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