ARLINGTON, VA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/30/13 -- Decision Lens, the leading provider of cloud-based collaborative decision making software, announced today that it has completed a "scientific" report using its propriety decision making platform and the Analytic Hierarchy Process model to predict various outcomes of Super Bowl XLVII. Decision Lens is utilized by the Who's Who of U.S. government agencies and military entities, including Fortune 500 and 1000 firms to help key decision makers arrive at the final decisions on complex business objectives and projects.
Since Decision Lens is considered by multiple industries as the de facto standard when it comes to critical decision making, the company felt compelled to use its proprietary platform to evaluate multiple dimensions (expert assessments, intangibles, advanced statistics, etc.) of the upcoming Super Bowl and arrive at a prediction.
For a copy of Decision Lens' advanced prediction report of Super Bowl XLVII, please visit the following URL: http://www.decisionlens.com/docs/Super_Bowl_XLVII_Prediction.pdf
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About Decision Lens
Decision Lens (@DecisionLens) develops progressive decision-making software solutions that allow organizations to make complex decisions more effectively and efficiently. Our collaborative software platform structures decisions, quantifies intangible factors, and evaluates choices that enable organizations to reach their goals.
Decision Lens improves the speed and quality of decision making, maximizes returns, and provides accountability and transparency for how decisions are made.
For more information contact Decision Lens at 703-399-2100 or visit http://www.decisionlens.com/contact.
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