The Future of Analytic Tools for Decision-Making
Decision-makers use tools to gather, analyze, deliver, and communicate quality, integrated, relevant information for decision-making.

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Wizly, a Decision-Maker’s aid: The Future of Everything

Decision-makers (managers, business analysts, and others) use certain analytics over and over. With Excel, you select functions (such as statistical or financial) and apply them to the data in the spreadsheet. Whereas, with Wizly, you open any analytic and bring the data into the analytic. This allows the decision-maker to select from multiple analytic options and a variety of data sources.

Unlike dashboard tools and spreadsheets, Wizly’s analytics provide capabilities to do:

What can you do with Wizly?

Since Wizly is an integrated suite, it has many functional capabilities. As such, a decision-maker or analyst can:

  • Relate, analyze, and publish - Corporate Mission, Vision, Goals, Strategy Map, and with drill-down of various key performance measures
  • View Initiatives, Objectives, and related Projects
  • Incorporate internal and external information/data for analyses
  • Import different information (Excel, database logs, etc.)
  • Manage different types of information (such as: projects, activities, decisions, policies, indicators, and targets)
  • Build analytic workflows to expedite the decision-making process
  • Chart and dashboard current and historical trends
  • Visualize Processes graphically
  • Develop collaborative workflows with chat capability to expedite the process
  • Define, assess, and profile various types of information (products, services, goals, risks, etc.) for whatever purpose
  • Provide access to supporting documents and files as needed

The Future of Everything: Analytics in Decision-making

 Decision-makers (managers, business analysts, and others) use certain analytics over and over to derive information and insights from data to provide four different perspectives:

  • Examining historical trends over a period of time of some measurement (Sales, Events, Customers, etc.),
  • Accessing events triggered by some problem (incidents of failure, waste, process errors, etc.)
  • Predicting what will happen in the future (forecasting), and
  • Implying some course of action based on relationships (causality, correlation, explicit relationships, etc.).

Within these perspectives, the decision-maker outlines steps to:

  1. Compare, Rank or both
  2. Quantitative, Semantic or both
  3. Statistical, Machine Learning or both
  4. Path Analysis
  5. Consolidation, Clustering or both
  6. Process, Data mining or both

Management challenges occur in various ways. Wizly has been used to assist organizations respond these dynamic challenges and changes.

Ranking of a Portfolio of Projects –
Showing recommended projects
This 4-Box (BCG Matrix) shows the relationship of ranked business projects (data parameters chosen by group) which ranked on of various business projects. The axes show the comparing time-to-implement verses overall project benefit.
Project Rankings
Ranking of Projects –
By Cost, Time, and overall Benefit

This chart shows a group of ranked projects using a combination of data attributes: cost, time to implement, complexity, and risk) that are parameters chosen by group. Value represents the combination of those parameters. The value is charted against those projects.
Wizly Ranking


Wizly’s technology architecture provides an organization with various options for implementation. The suite can be implemented as a stand-alone client, an internal based server or in a cloud environment. Below is a list of components:

  • Technology Based on Industry Standards
  • Angular
  • SQL Database
  • Multi-Tier Architecture
  • Web Based Multi-Tenant Solution
  • Multi-User Environment with Simultaneous Viewing and Editing of Data
  • Minimum IT Administration Effort
  • Interactive Web Publishing
  • No Client Installations Required
  • Real-time Publishing of Changes to Users