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Spirit AeroSystems Selects Decision Lens for Business Planning and Budgeting

August 21, 2008

Arlington, Virginia — Spirit AeroSystems, the world's largest supplier of commercial airplane assemblies and components, is employing Decision Lens to attain optimal prioritization, resource allocation and budgeting in designing its latest aerostructures, airplane fuselages and aerospace propulsion systems. The company is also using Decision Lens for trade studies, evaluating what are the highest impact engineering projects, and for vendor selection decisions.

Decision Lens software is used throughout the federal government including organizations such as the Joint Staff, Department of Agriculture, Navy, Air Force, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the Intelligence Community. Within the commercial market, Decision Lens has numerous well-known clients including Johnson and Johnson, Corporate Executive Board, and eBay among other organizations.

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.

About Spirit AeroSystems 

Based in Wichita, Kan., Spirit AeroSystems is the world's largest independent supplier of large component parts and assemblies for commercial aircraft. The company does work in military and general aviation, as well as aftermarket customer support. In addition to its Kansas facility, Spirit has operations in Tulsa and McAlester, Okla., Prestwick, Scotland, and Samlesbury, England.