In today’s world, issues become increasingly more complex and organizations run considerable risks. Therefore, making the right decisions is of great importance. Digital decision tools are clear and interactive questionnaires that help users make the right decisions. Users are presented with the required answers based on the completion of a logical question structure. For this, users do not have to answer irrelevant questions or find out the required information oneself.
Digital decision tools can be used in a wide range of application areas. As a rule, they serve to support organizations looking for a solution to increase the quality of decisions. In addition, users without expert knowledge should be able to make decisions efficiently.
Areas in which digital decision tools offer a solution include the legal sector, government agencies, financial departments, healthcare, human resources, and project management. Typical examples of how digital decision tools in these areas offer support are:
- Advisory tools
- Risk analyses
- Choice selections
- Score models
- Compliance (checks)
Expert knowledge can be passed on to clients or colleagues who do not have it. As a result, digital decision tools allow everyone to make the right decisions and they are available 24/7.
Thanks to the graphical representation, applications are created quickly and easily, without requiring a programmer.
Following a logical question structure, users are given the right answers without answering irrelevant questions and making unnecessary detours.
By managing all knowledge centrally, any changes are implemented quickly. You can be sure that decisions are made using the right information.
The basic concept is based on the drawing of specific decision trees. It has been proven that this working method best suits content experts’ way of thinking.
Digital decision tools guarantee objectivity and uniformity because the decision tool always applies the same logic.