Our OnBalance Decision Analysis software is used by leading organisations to help make multi-million pound decisions. It is used around the world and is praised for its strong visual outputs and graphical interface. After all, making finely balanced choices is hard enough without having to worry about your modelling system: .. Flexibility and transparency are vital to resolving conflicting objectives and more importantly to briefing the decisions and getting wide buy-in prior to implementation. It is this consensus that builds commitment and leads to positive attitudes during the difficult months of implementation. OnBalance is based on Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) which helps separate what you measure from how you value it. The interface is specifically designed for group decision making, as most of the difficult decisions are between good schemes, each supported by one or more managers. So the problem is not so much about calculating the trade-offs as it is about stimulating the debate, focusing on one issue at a time, resolving and recording the agreements and then moving on. At each stage the group can see the impact of each change and gain confidence that their judgments are accurately reflected. Our objective with Version 3 was to increase the flexibility and effectiveness of OnBalance and popular opinion thinks we have done a good job, but don’t take our word for it; try it yourself and see: (for Microsoft Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 or Windows Vista)
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