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AIT Group Joins Decisioneering's Six Sigma Partner Program

March 20, 2006
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DENVER-Decisioneering Inc. announces that Advanced Integrated Technologies Group Inc. (AIT Group) has become a member of Decisioneering's Six Sigma Partner Program. As a Six Sigma Partner, AIT Group will begin using Crystal Ball software in their Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma implementations around the world.

AIT Group is a multidisciplined professional services firm, with a primary goal of delivering expert support services that drive profitability and improve product and service delivery. The company offers four major product and process-improvement methodologies proven to yield maximum success: Design for Six Sigma, Six Sigma, Lean Production and Business Process Management (BPM) frameworks for supply chain, design chain and customer chain.

Decisioneering's Crystal Ball line of Microsoft Excel-based analytical software is used by thousands of businesses in industries ranging from Six Sigma, oil and gas, financial services and pharmaceuticals to assist individuals and organizations in making more informed business decisions. In 2002, Decisioneering launched its Six Sigma Partner Program, a co-marketing effort that provides consultants who practice Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma and Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) with materials and assistance for their Crystal Ball training and implementation.

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