"OAN's assessment questions, answer choices, branching algorithm, weighting scenarios and color thresholds are now more sophisticated, increasing the accuracy of the assessment tool."
- Gary Loyd, CEO
Chantilly, VA (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
Centurion announced today that it released a new version of Opportunity Assessment NOW™ (OAN), a software as a service (SaaS) bid decision tool for federal contractors. OAN uses analytics to evaluate where contractors stand in their capture efforts on various opportunities. It takes into account 10 Factors that Influence Winning: Understanding the Problem, Customer Relationship, Competitive Landscape, Your Team, Management Capabilities, Technical Capabilities, Past Performance, Opportunity Funding, Award Tendencies, and Bid Price.
According to Gary Loyd, Centurion’s CEO, there was much anticipation for this new version of OAN. Throughout 2012, a product steering committee spent a great deal of time listening to its clients, interfacing with industry experts, and working with its developers to create a more sophisticated and more accurate assessment tool. Altogether, the team improved OAN’s assessment questions, answer choices, branching algorithm, weighting scenarios, and color indicator thresholds. One other major enhancement which was included in this release is Centurion’s Probability of Win (Pwin) calculation. The Pwin estimate collects all data points from a particular assessment and then aggregates results into a percentage which is based on the assessment type (i.e. Lowest Price Technically Acceptable, Best Value).
About Centurion Research Solutions
Centurion Research Solutions, founded in 2003, is a business intelligence and analytics company with a simple mission: offer products and services that help federal contractors efficiently win more government business. To achieve this mission, Centurion has been providing online, subscription-based products, custom research and analysis, and in-depth training. Industry leaders such as Alion, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, SAIC, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, InDyne, CACI and Raytheon rely on these products and expertise to help them identify, analyze and win more government contracts.