Today, Decision Lens announced that it was selected by Sprint to help the communication leader’s IT organization facilitate dynamic resource allocation. As part of Sprint’s continued modernization and transformation, Decision Lens will help to add the power of dynamic planning and algorithms to the Sprint’s IT planning process, focusing on automating the intelligent allocation of human capital resources to dynamic and complex projects in the company’s IT portfolio.
“Sprint joins a growing list of IT organizations who are engaging with Decision Lens to guide the very important alignment of organizational strategy with IT resources, and decide on where they get the most ‘bang for the buck’” said John Kealey, CEO of Decision Lens. “We are thrilled to be working alongside this communications leader.”
Decision Lens software is used across numerous organizations for better strategic prioritization and resource allocation. Commercial customers that have been announced include Johnson & Johnson, Genentech, Health Quest, and Sikorsky among others. Federal customers include the U.S. Joint Staff, Navy, Army, Air Force, General Services Administration, Department of Agriculture, and the Federal Aviation Administration among many others. State and local organizations include Washington State CIO, Ohio State CIO, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, the Mississippi Department of Transportation, and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency among others.
About Decision Lens
Decision Lens (@DecisionLens) is cloud-based software that enables a comprehensive business process for strategically identifying, prioritizing, analyzing, and measuring which investments, projects, and resources will deliver the highest returns. Through advanced analytics and flexible, custom visualizations and scenarios, organizations can make selections and immediately see the trade-offs to move forward with confidence.
Decision Lens improves the speed and quality of prioritization and resource optimization, while maximizing portfolio outcomes.
For more information about Decision Lens, call 703-399-2100 or visit decisionlens.com/contact.