Advantiv and Powernoodle. Like milk and cookies.

(We’re like peas and carrots, too, but the image is not quite as appealing.)

DecisionDirector was created to elegantly and efficiently support and align the most critical components of complex procurements: people, information, and process.

Powernoodle was created to help teams to think, share, and decide in fun, innovative, and scientifically proven ways – and to convert those decisions into timely actions.

The combination of DecisionDirector and Powernoodle has created the most exciting and powerful planning and procurement solution on the planet.

Read on to see how we have integrated Powernoodle into our core services. We’d also be happy to share why we think you’d like Powernoodle, too.

Your Key to Well-Planned and Thoughtfully-Engaged Procurements that Deliver Superior Business Outcomes

Pursuing Value Through All Phases of the Procurement Process – and Beyond

Save Time. Save Money. Minimize Risk. Maximize Value.

Make People Happy.

DecisionDirector and Powernoodle. A perfect fit.

Our Position, Policies, and Practices

We are 100% vendor neutral.

We have no stake in, or benefit in anyway from, a selection outcome.

We never reveal vendor response data without permission from the vendor.

We do not claim ownership of any client, consultant, or vendor data entered into DecisionDirector.

We never sell or otherwise distribute any of the data entered into DecisionDirector.

We have many consulting partners who have integrated DecisionDirector into their planning and selection methodologies, and their baseline requirements and other information into the DecisionDirector database.

Clients are free to use our baseline library or that of their chosen consultant, or a combination of both.

Vendors may establish baseline requirements of their own in DecisionDirector, for clients and prospects that wish to start with those.

We do whatever we can to help clients, consultants, and vendors be successful in using and benefiting from DecisionDirector, but we never provide unfair advantage or share inside information about the projects we support.

We hold all conversations in full confidence and do not discuss or share sensitive or competitive information.

We are committed to creating and supporting the best practices that lead to the best possible outcomes, and therefore are always open to constructive criticisms and suggestions.