Arlington, VA — Decision Lens, a leading provider of decision making software solutions, announced today that the August issue of Six Sigma Forum Magazine features an in-depth article and review of AHP and it’s use with Six Sigma and Project Selection. The article explains how “The analytic hierarchy process (AHP) method has proven to be extremely valuable in Six Sigma, lean Six Sigma and other business process improvement prioritization decisions when they involve both tangible and intangible considerations.” Daniel Saaty, Vice President of the Decision Products Group with Decision Lens explains that “The Analytic Hierarchy Process is really a sophisticated platform for measurement and tradeoffs. Practitioners and users of Six Sigma are finding that the AHP is a great improvement to what is already a very powerful process.”
About Decision Lens
Decision Lens Inc., headquartered in Arlington, VA, provides a family of desktop and Web-based software solutions designed to support group decision-making for planning, financial, IT and performance-related decisions. Our comprehensive solutions manage the strategic alignment of goals and priorities with investments in people, projects, products and suppliers. Billions of dollars worth of decisions were made using Decision Lens this past year. By combining advanced decision-making techniques with world-class performance visualization capabilities, Decision Lens supports dynamic decision-making based on a well-structured, rational framework with superior reporting.