A decision-making tool can help organizations structure and automate complicated information and documentation. Once made, our decision-making tools are presented to users via a user-friendly web application with questions. Answering these will directly provide the user with a conclusion based on his or her answers. The Berkeley Publisher decision tool thus enables domain experts to model their specific knowledge in without the help of a programmer.
The big advantage of using a decision tree is that the outcome is always tailored to the specific context. For example, let’s imagine a construction company wondering if they are allowed to build a new house. Instead of reading all relevant, complicated legal documents they go to the website of their government and answer some questions about the project. The decision tree software on the government website will then provide them with a clear conclusion and possibly tips on what they need to do to comply with all the rules. Expert knowledge can thus be delivered to customers or colleagues who do not have it. Furthermore, uniformity of action can be achieved, because the decision tree always applies the same logic.
Decision-making tools can be used in a wide range of branches like the legal sector, government, finance, healthcare and human resources. Our web applications can be used both internally and externally, for example on your organization’s intranet or on your website or client portal. Typical examples include advisory tools, calculations, and compliance checks. In order to illustrate how our software works in practice, have a look at our use cases below.