Expert Choice, Inc. Launches Comparion Core, a Web-based Product for Collaborative Decision-Making
December 20, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsArlington, VA (December 20, 2007) – Expert Choice, the world leader in collaborative decision making software, has unveiled Comparion Core™, a Web-based version of its successful line of software. With its intuitive design and ease of use, Comparion makes structured, collaborative decision making accessible to all levels of businesses and organizations.
“Comparion enables organizations to maximize the potential of their most valuable resource: people,” said Rich Dougherty, CEO of Expert Choice. “The user-friendly design makes group collaboration and structured decision making easy and efficient for both administrators and participants. With Comparion, businesses and organizations make better decisions that are aligned with their objectives and improve the bottom line.”
Expert Choice’s decision making software is already employed by more than 100 of the Fortune 500 and 30 US federal agencies. The underlying technology in Comparion uses the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP), a recognized method of prioritizing and aligning decisions with objectives. Built on an agile platform that utilzes the latest in Internet-based collaboration technologies, Comparion makes powerful decision-making software accessible to organizations of all sizes.
Licensed as “Software as a Service,” Comparion Core can be implemented with a zero footprint in the client’s IT organization and requires no configuration. Comparion can be implemented in minutes and users can start prioritizing their objectives and decision alternatives. Comparion Core runs on any computer with a web-browser and can effectively leverage the input of 100s of people across and outside the enterprise. More information can be found at www.expertchoice.com.
About Expert Choice
Expert Choice brings rational decision making to a complex world. Since 1983, Expert Choice has been a leader in collaborative, decision making software serving more than 100 of the Fortune 500 and 30 U.S. federal agencies. Expert Choice software is taught in over 100 universities and used in 60 countries worldwide. Its solutions are designed for business and government leaders who want to save time and improve their bottom lines.