Calc3 as best DSS for public sector agencies and municipalities offers applications for decision making for small or large groups. The unique functionality of is subrows and subcolumns. This enables fast overview of the best alternative while it is possible to drill down to details.

The decision applications let different users specify alternatives, goals, criteria, scores, and weights in the same decision table. Scores and weights can be based on an average of several users' scores or weights. The average can be weighted when used for voting and different party representation. In addition, scores can be calculated from a multiplication of impact if an criteria event occurs and its associated probability. Criteria can have positive or negative values. The latter is denotes situations to avoid. The users enter the data in a standard and intuitive tables. have functions for word model and must criteria.

Flexible is flexible. It is easy to add functionality to the templates if needed. Also, it is easy to add users and set access rights based on roles. The account level called Leader can create groups and include other users in the group. In this way it is possible to work together on the same decision table.

Security provides security of access and integrity of data. Read access can even be defined for individual rows and columns. Aggregate values are calculated based on what the particular user is allowed to see.

This decision support system is reasonably priced. Large organisations will need can a Supervisor account which can add Leaders and Users. Everything is billed on one invoice.

The main Decision Support System alternatives for the public sector are internal developed systems in spreadsheets and specific Decision Support Systems with bounded application areas. provides flexibility to meet your exact needs at reasonable cost.


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