Who We Are and What We Do

In 1985, with the advent of mini computers, the writing on the wall was that decision-making in real-time was going to be a more complex activity. This was possible with two enabling factors: the increasing speed of processing and its declining cost.  Decision-making support has entered new territory with the availability of more decision alternatives in real-time.

In the years that followed, Decision Support Systems (DSS) grew from developing applications that performed operational tasks to products that support decision-making based on underlying risks that influenced the financial and manufacturing industries.

DSS influenced the financial industry by ORMSV6 – DSS’s computer application that allows investment banks to control risk in real-time; and provides decision support by engaging each risk event in real-time. It also became clear that a series of decisions and actions in real-time created a new universe of risk engagements that were an alternative to underwriting risk models.

Therefore, the previously impossible real-time risk measurement provided protection to investment banks from large losses and failed opportunities.

In the manufacturing industry, it was impossible to predict the supply chain made up of people. This was so because people had freedoms and unlike spare parts or raw materials or machines, people cannot be stored or bolted down like machines.

Therefore our Workforce Supply Chain frames the organic nature of the workforce.  It is designed to deliver a system workflows that offer workforce fulfilment and resource deployment without waste in both time and skill.