SortViz is a multiple criteria spatial decision support system designed to support decision makers
SortViz is a ESRI inc. ArcGIS Desktop Add-in developed by UAB "Demolit". SortViz is an interactive, multiple criteria spatial decision support system designed to support a user or a group of users in achieving a higher effectiveness in evaluation of alternative options and decision making.
SortViz can be used to find the economic and economical solutions in: public and private administration, law, finance and investment, human resources, supply and production, procurement and sales, research and other domains.
The main role of SortViz is to deal with the difficulties that human decision-makers have encountered in handling large pieces of complex information in a consistent way. SortViz calculates the priority values (SAW and TOPSIS) for each available alternative option characterized by multiple and even conflicting attributes.
Using a SortViz as a DSS (Decision Support System) within GIS (Geographic Information System) environment organisations can quickly and accurately execute enterprise decisions. Using SortViz users can find the best solutions and relate them to the exact location without leaving mapping environment. This tight integration of multiple criteria decision making and geographic information systems gives your personnel the unique knowledge they need to make the right decision at the right time with a single click.
Contact us to order SortViz 1.2 for ArcGIS 10.x software license. After the license fee is payed we will contact you and provide software registration support.
We have gained experience providing hands-on training for the clients on how to make decisions using their own tabular and spatial data. We can help to find economic and economical solutions that fit the clients objectives the best.
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