Bringing acquisition & financial data to the forefront for better buying power and advanced decision-making through the entire acquisition lifecycle
Definitive Logic’s Acquisition Solutions practice provides data-driven insights for better buying power and better decision-making capabilities through the entire acquisition lifecycle. We achieve this through a powerful program that blends contract data and spending management with advanced logistics and operational support.
Spending / Procurement Analysis
Bridging the data gap between FM and AQ communities to provide informed decision making and transparency. (e.g., capturing, cleansing, extending and surfacing FDIP)
Capturing CLIN/SLIN level data and leveraging past procurements to determine future services, assess pricing and identify opportunities to leverage buying power across multiple organizations.
Acquisition Subject Matter Expert
David is a service delivery and product expert with over 25 years experience leading teams to deliver technology solutions and advisory engagements to a broad range of defense, civilian, and commercial customers. He has recently helped the Department of the Interior implement solutions that enable their acquisition workforce to effectively manage their daily procurement workload and deliver better analytical visibility to executives.
A closer look at quadrant 2: more data, fewer answers Please read up Part 0 and Part 1, to be up to speed with this series. Executives are constantly facing pressure to make the right decision. They will make the best decision they can with the information they have....
ProTip: if you're using a phone app you're online! Here's an example. A third-party advertising company called MoPub, owned by Twitter, provides the technology that app developers use to collect and share data. This includes the user's age and location tied to a...
The real traits of those who pretend to be data-driven: Prefer experience-centered / intuition-based decision making Rig the decision-making system Second-guess others Consumed by analysis-paralysis Engage in group-think Misunderstand measures of data quality...