GUADALAJARA, MEXICO, March 26, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Group decision-making is critical to businesses and individuals alike. But true group decisions have historically been invisible, since it's impossible for people to ascribe equal weight to individual opinions. Traditional group decision-making methods haven't evolved in hundreds of years and are inherently flawed, so what we call group consensus is actually one individual's opinion reinforced by collective vote.
The best seller book "The Wisdom of the Crowds" by James Surowiecki provides scientific evidence of situations in which large groups make smarter decisions than select few. Until now, the one-dimensional decision-making software available to start-ups and small businesses completely ignored this principle, employing basic polling methods that digitally mimic the bias embedded in corporate boardrooms.
Ranktab's release available in http://www.ranktab.com
, completely revolutionizes group decision-making, by pairing comprehensive mathematic algorithms with an intuitive, user-friendly interface that visually navigates critical facets of human knowledge (strategy, experience, intuition) so small businesses and individuals can easily reveal objective group logic for the first time.
Ranktab is to decision making what a browser is to the Internet: a visual navigator of collective thinking. The application's advanced algorithm maintains diversity of opinions, independence, decentralization, and aggregation - four principles scientifically proven to overcome groupthink and facilitate objective group decision-making.
Ranktab's comprehensive, algorithmic approach is paired with a completely visual interface and minimal three-minute learning curve, so virtually anyone can employ the upper echelon of group-decision science to make better business decisions and drive maximum profit.
Founded in 2012 as a spin off from MarCom Logix, in Guadalajara (Mexico's Silicon Valley), Ranktab integrated with Facebook and Salesforce before its official launch on March 17, 2014.