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AHP Software

TransparentChoice's AHP software structures your decisions, enables collaboration and can be used to make various decisions.


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Why use AHP for decision-making?

AHP structures your decisions, enables collaboration and can be used to make various decisions



Structured Decisions


AHP allows you to structure your decision into a step-by-step process. This means that instead of working on vague decisions you work on a few well-defined tasks.

Enables Collaboration


AHP by TransparentChoice lets you collaborate with geographically dispersed colleagues and assign tasks to people with specific expertise. This improves decision quality and buy-in.

Variety of Applications


AHP is ideal for many different types of decisions. In fact, AHP from TransparentChoice makes the whole process so simple you can make it part of your everyday culture.

AHP Software Features

Our software for AHP supports you at each step of your decision



Managing alternatives


Leverage the power of your team to collect, organize and document your alternatives.

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Evaluation


Structure your evaluation process to get better decisions with more buy-in.

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Making a decision


Include stakeholder input and expert opinion to get an integrated picture of your options.

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Managing alternatives features

Leverage the power of your team to collect, organize and document your alternatives



Ideation


Leverage your team’s creativity by letting them suggest an alternative through our ideation screens.

Attributes


Collect data to build up a complete picture of your alternatives. Leverage the expertise from across your team… and beyond.

Grid view


See all the data about your alternatives in one place. Easily reorder columns, sort and filter data to get the view you want.

Forms


Kill the spreadsheets! Online forms let you collect data about your alternatives from colleagues, partners or even from people outside your organization.

API


Import alternatives from other systems. Keep their data up-to-date quickly and easy via our APIs.

Evaluation features

Structure your evaluation process to get better decisions with more buy-in



Criteria hierarchy


Define your goals and priorities and structure them into a multi-level criterion hierarchy. Use this to build understanding and agreement amongst stakeholders.

Scales


Allow your experts to collaborate with each other to score your alternatives against your criteria. This lets you be more consistent in your evaluation of alternatives.

Link to attribute


Use attribute data, data from “outside” TransparentChoice, in your data model. This lets you incorporate technical information, pricing information and more into your decision.

Surveys


Surveys let you structure the input of stakeholders and experts, letting each focus on the appropriate part of the decision no matter where they are in the world.

Meetings


Build deeper understanding and consensus between stakeholders through structured online meetings. Team members join from anywhere in the world and can collaborate and vote in real-time.

Consistency


We’re all human and that means we are not always consistent. TransparentChoice tracks the level of inconsistency, and flags up any problems meaning you can focus on making the decision.

Making a decision features

Use data, not gut feel, to make your decision. Include stakeholder input and expert opinion to get an integrated picture of your options



Weights


Your goals and priorities are captured as a set of weighted criteria. TransparentChoice makes this visible and explicit so your decision can be explained and defended.

Ranking


See which alternatives are most attractive and why. This view combines your key stakeholders’ priorities with the subject matter experts’ scores to rank each alternative.

Bubble chart


Seeing your alternatives across multiple dimensions at once lets you balance the various factors in your decision and to test your assumptions.

Radar chart


The radar chart lets you see how each alternative performs against each criterion. Use it to identify the best-balanced package, or to work out how best to augment your preferred solution.

Sensitivity analysis


See how your decision would change under different assumptions. See how different groups of stakeholders see the decision so you can plan your roll-out more effectively.