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Collaborative Decision-Making (CDM)
Benefit from: real-time simulations, advanced collaboration and exclusive user-friendly design
Collaborative Decision-Making (CDM) Software For Academics
We specialize in the areas of multi-criteria decision analysis and user-friendly software development. Our CDM tool has been checked and tested by more than 75 universities all over the world. Compare different alternatives that you are considering in your research, simulate all possible scenarios and justify your choice.
Advanced MCDA Methodology
Choose between the PROMETHEE, AHP and MAUT method.
Work simultaneously and access from any device, without installation needed.
Import data from spreadsheets and create customized visualizations.
"With the increase for water demand and scarcity, utilities require effective strategies for optimum use of available water resources. Deciding on which option to choose amongst conflicting multiple criteria and different interests of stakeholders is a challenging task. The D-Sight Software was key in prioritizing water loss reduction options for Kampala city and made our strategic plan a success."
Harrison Mutikanga / UNESCO-IHE
"By using D-Sight's advanced methodology, the global process of choice was improved and became more efficient. We also reduced the time spent for comparing and ranking the alternatives. Using a repeatable process allows us to obtain more solid and rigorous results as well as to increase the clients and stakeholders' satisfaction, especially regarding the motivation and thought-process for the choice."
Salvatore D'Alfonso / Technical Director Italferr
"The European Project Ticket to Kyoto has the objective of reducing CO2 emissions in public transport. In that context, we had to select the best technology to recover braking energy in our network. D-Sight decision-making software solutions helped us decrease the complexity of the problem, while assessing the strengths and weaknesses of all different technologies available. It made the whole process more efficient and easy to analyze."
François-Olivier Devaux / Technical Coordination and Management - Ticket to Kyoto Project