Every company constantly deals with the challenge of making strategic and operational decisions in an environment that is changing, information that is limited, and knowledge that quickly becomes outdated. In order to make sound and resilient decisions, managers typically rely on their intuition, experience or simple mental models (rules of thumb) to arrive at a conclusion.
In situations where large amounts of data are involved and there are multiple dependent factors, it is very difficult to arrive at an optimum conclusion that properly addresses all open risks. This is where computer modeling, coupled with 3D visual simulations can help select the best option and gain buy-in from senior management and stockholders.
Everyone here is impressed. That demo sparked a conversation about how we could use [System of Slavery model] to come up with smart strategies and potentially collaborate with partners. Of course there are follow up questions as we all try to get our brains around the model, but the value was clear to everyone in the room.Senior Executive, Global Systems Strategy, Global Fund to End Slavery
Light years ahead of all of our other customers. Need to know what you're going to do, before you do what you are going to do.Specialist Rail Network Capacity, Class I Rail Carrier
Success here will be exported throughout the world, changing perceptions, pioneering and opening new markets and saving lives. -DroneAmerica.comMike Richards, President and CEO of Drone America