European Central Bank Purchases Enterprise level Prioritization and Resource Allocation Framework
June 20, 2018
Today Decision Lens announced that the European Central Bank (ECB) has chosen Decision Lens to support its Directorate General Administration. The goal is to deliver a prioritization framework to provide assistance with strategic planning and prioritization of the General Administration’s business area activities.
“We are very excited to partner with European Central Bank in assisting them with prioritization and alignment of strategic initiatives at many levels of their organization” said Dan Goslee, Vice President of Federal for Decision Lens. “The Directorate, General Administration, has numerous processes for which Decision Lens is a great fit to embrace stakeholder engagement, improve efficiency, and support key decision areas that will continue their operational success”
Decision Lens software helps organizations strategically prioritize and allocate resources. Additional public-sector clients include, US NAVY, ARMY, AIR FORCE, Homeland Security, General Services Administration, Department of Interior, Department of Agriculture, and the Federal Aviation Administration among many others. State and local organizations include the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, the State of Ohio Office of the CIO, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, and Seattle Public Utilities among others. Commercial customers would include Johnson & Johnson, Genentech, and Sikorsky 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, algorithms, and flexible visualizations, 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.