» A globally proven process and methodology
» Quantify criteria importance and save resources
» Optimize participant contribution in workshops
» Increase commitment and participant buy-in
» Reduce time spent on "decision iterations"
» Transparent process
» Focused discussions
» Inclusive and engaging
» Quantified results
IMPROVE YOUR PRIORITIZATION SKILLS
With the PairWise prioritization service, your decision process becomes
All participants know when, why and how steps are performed and every participant can relate to the final result.
All participants are actively involved in the process, sharing experience, providing arguments, and learning from each other.
Your prioritization is kept on track. PairWise will guide you through the dialog based on the criteria you have chosen.
Based on participant input, PairWise will calculate weights for criteria, scores for alternatives and the cost/score ratio.
CLEAN INTUITIVE USER INTERFACE
You and your team will be set to make smarter decisions almost instantaneously
TAKE A LOOK AT A FEW EXAMPLES
Our collaborative prioritization process can be used for any prioritization purpose
Your organizations strategic goals, e.g. increase customer satisfaction, reduce product development time, find new investors, align systems, etc.
You can evaluate several alternatives against your criteria, e.g. organizational configurations, potential investors, system consolidation options, etc.
Cost of each alternative, which is evaluated, e.g. cost of different organizational configurations.
The things you look for in a new office: location, transportation, expandability, front desk, meeting rooms, flexibility, etc.
Typically available office space that you are aware of, identified by name or address.
For at full service office hotel, it may just be the cost per square meter. In other case, use your organizations standard financing model.
Qualities related to the specific product, e.g. size, weight, safety, sustainability, flexibility, durability, brand value, service, speed, customizability, etc.
Could either be the short list of products, which will meet most of your criteria, or a list of potential vendors.
Use the appropriate cost for the product. If it's a simple purchase, use the direct cost. If it is an investment, use the total cost of ownership or your organizations standard financing model.
Recruiting the right candidates is central to all organizations and the list of required competencies are often long. To facilitate a structured screening process and have quantified input for subsequent selection, use PairWise to prioritize your competency list. Whenever you make people-centric decisions, your considerations will be based on tangible as well as intangible measures. PairWise supports both perspectives for your discussion and candidate evaluation.
The hard and soft competencies you would like to add to your team.
The candidates who apply for the open position (probably a short list of the best 4-5 candidates).
The total cost of salary, pension, benefits and expected bonus for each candidate.
Top-level benefits such as “mobile workforce”, “multi-national support”, “regional reporting on demand” and then criteria specific to a sub module, e.g. “customizable benefit package”, “online application process”, etc.
The packaged software or online services which meet your criteria.
Use comparable cost, e.g. “cost per user per period” or total cost of ownership.
The global or local strategic initiatives for the next 12-24 months. Determine exactly how important each activity is when compared to the other activities.
Your ongoing projects and possibly the project charters for future projects.
The total cost of each project measured by comparable key figures. Also compare to separate risk, benefit and time estimates.
ATTRACTIVE PRICING FOR ALL ORGANIZATIONS
We have great deals for independent advisors, small businesses and large corporations
5 concurrent decisions
20 concurrent decisions
VALUE OF PAIRWISE
PairWise makes you a prioritization champion by combining a process for collaborative prioritization with a globally proven mathematical engine
Sure you agree?
Uncover which areas you agree or disagree on, by how much, and why. Warning: Opinions may change in the process.
Utilize the knowledge and experience of your team to reveal more perspectives and reduce risk of missing important points.
Let the participants listen to each others perspective and priorities. Uncover the issues you disagree on and learn from the arguments.
Stakeholders are more likely to accept decisions and embrace change when involved in an inclusive and transparent process.