Document-driven DSS

A document-driven DSS is an information management system that retrieves data from documents. We provide DSSes that let users to search online pages or databases for certain phrases. Policies and procedures, meeting minutes, and company records are examples of documents retrieved by a document-driven DSS.

Knowledge-driven DSS

The material that drives this sort of decision support system is stored in a knowledge base that is constantly updated and maintained by a knowledge management system. Users receive information from our knowledge-driven DSS that is aligned with a company’s business procedures and expertise.

Communication-driven and group DSS

To allow more than one person to collaborate on the same job, our communication-driven and group decision support system employs a number of communication technologies such as email, instant messaging, and voice chat. The purpose of this sort of DSS is to improve overall system efficiency and effectiveness by increasing collaboration between users and the system.

Model-driven DSS

We provide model-driven decision support systems that are tailored according to a preset set of user needs to help assess multiple scenarios that match these requirements, all of which are based on an underlying decision model. A model-driven DSS, for example, would help with scheduling or financial statement development.

Data-driven DSS

We provide a computer software that makes judgments based on information from internal and external sources. DSS employs data mining techniques to identify trends and patterns, allowing it to forecast future occurrences and assist with inventory, sales, and other business operations choices.