New Castle, Delaware – Managers often struggle when faced with the difficult problem of prioritizing projects by simultaneously comparing competing project criteria such as rewards, costs, resource requirements, timing, and risks.
Bubble Chart Pro PLUS version 3.0 is a desktop application that solves this project prioritization problem.
Bubble Chart Pro PLUS uses a powerful project prioritization system that lets managers integrate multiple competing criteria into a single value score for each project. The value score is calculated based on the manager’s strategic business goals and preferences. The prioritization system was developed based on decision research by scientists from Harvard, MIT, and the University of Southern California.
Bubble Chart Pro PLUS combines this easy-to-use multi-criteria project prioritization system with beautiful interactive bubble charts and bar charts so that the manager can instantly see their projects in multiple dimensions, such as value, cost, and risk. By using bubble charts, managers can quickly compare and understand which investments are the most attractive and which are the least attractive. By using the bar charts, managers can understand the contribution of each criteria to the total value score of each project.
Bubble Chart Pro PLUS can be used to prioritize many different types of potential business investments, including R&D projects, marketing strategies, and new product development (NPD) proposals.
Bubble Chart Pro is available for Mac 10.6.8 and above and Windows 7/Vista/XP SP2. Single user licenses start at $249.97 (USD). A free demo version is available online.
The Bubble Chart Pro family of applications is a product of Data Machines, Inc. Founded in 2000, Data Machines, Inc provides customers and clients with world-class business analytic software and consulting services for maximizing their business value. In addition to Bubble Chart Pro, the company also offers Optsee(r), a powerful project portfolio management simulation and optimization tool. Bubble Chart Pro(tm) is a trademark of Data Machines, Inc. Copyright (C) 2012 Data Machines, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.