Decision Making Tool for Boston Consulting Group
International company Boston Consulting Group deals with projects involving various decision making and consulting processes. For their decisions to be as objective and unbiased as possible, their work is organised in expert groups. The professionals gather in practical workshops and discuss the particular issues. After all the opinions are presented, veiled voting takes place. Using a mathematical method Delphi, a consensus result is calculated for each question, discarding extreme values. If the voting result has reached the consensus point, the question is marked as solved.
Our task was to develop a software tool for BCG London office, that their employees can use for conducting the practical workshops. The functionality allows to input the disputable questions, specify their values, add experts. The tool development from our side involved the full work cycle - technical wireframes and design creation, programming, testing and deployment to the client’s IT servers.
Boston Consulting Group is a global American company, founded in 1963. It has 88 offices around the world and 14 000 employees.