Align every person and aspect of your business to common goals.
Bring clarity to operational complexity.
Solve real business problems, not just technology concerns.
Your people are the key to your success.
They are responsible, through their daily stream of decisions and actions, for the performance of your organisation.
We connect your people to the business and to each other so they know what to do next in every situation, so that together they can deliver the outcomes that meet the organisations goals.
Focus on the things that matter.
The challenge of aligning people, processes and systems to a shared goal is often undone by politics, legacy systems, limited information sources and siloed business structures.
ThoughtWeb helps you cut through the barriers.
It gives you a complete framework to develop your own business management solutions for any solution space, in any industry.
You can rapidly map your business and define performance and accountabilities in your terms, for your needs. No pre-existing data models to wrestle with.
ThoughtWeb is a game-changing business management platform that allows you to succeed.
ThoughtWeb has helped ensure transparency and visibility to senior management down through the program/project managers and teams managing 77 programs, 299 projects and 412 applications.
Project Sponsor | JP Morgan Chase
An increase in the speed and quality of decision making processes of up to 80% through the application of ThoughtWeb in simulated battle conditions.
Dr Ian Chessell | Chief Defence Scientist, Defence Science and Technology Group, Australian Department of Defence
The decision support function of ThoughtWeb is essentially that it presents relevant information, recommendations and alerts explicitly in the context of business goals.
Office of the CTO | IBM
ThoughtWeb alerts us to situations before they become issues.
John Whitley | Programs Manager, Sandia National Laboratories, US Department of Energy
A game changing Business Management Platform.
Solve real strategic and operational problems.
The subject-area experts.