If you’re involved in making decisions of critical importance, involving millions, or even billions of dollars, you’re about to learn why Evolving Logic’s breakthrough approach to robust decision-making is one of the best decisions you will ever make.

It’s called RAP™ (Robust Adaptive Planning). This revolutionary new Software and Methodology Tool has already proven its effectiveness in government (through policy making, education and defense) in science (sustainable growth) and in business (automotive industry and the multi-billion dollar world of weapons procurement.) Now, it’s your turn.

Not since the introduction of the spreadsheet has decision-making taken such a giant leap forward.

New times call for new tools. Evolving Logic’s RAP™ software takes advantage of computing capabilities in a way that has never been done before. In fact, it increases the flexibility of computer reasoning so extensively that technology can now be brought in to help much earlier in the decision-making process.

Imagine the advantages of that. For example, how you “frame” a situation initially will often determine the decision you ultimately make. How helpful would it be to “Main-Frame” the situation instead: To actually use the massive power of your computers to understand all factors before you begin forming conclusions? More importantly, to do so well before you must take actions based on that thinking. Until now, computers have sat idle while humans painstakingly design their "best guess" model of the future. Imagine using the computer to help you from the very start to employ all your data in a tracing out the full range of potential futures.

But how can many plausible paths, instead of a single prediction, lead you to better decisions? With RAP™ software, computers can now help you design strategies that shape the future to your liking, anticipate promising and adverse surprises, and take actions today that can confidently prepare you for whatever the future brings. Through our software, computers are now capable of allowing you to modify your decision-making options rapidly as unexpected events force sudden change. Capable of thinking more like you do, leading you to the crucial “what if?” questions, participating in your decision-making process throughout, and reacting flexibly to a wide range of changes over the future.

Organizations often avoid discussions of uncertainty because they fear “analysis-paralysis” and the other common stumbling blocks to good decision-making - internal politics, corporate culture, and the personal agendas. But as many have found out, there are often severe penalties for hiding away many of your decision's most important, and uncertain, aspects. In fact, Evolving Logic is the antidote for “analysis-paralysis”, as RAP™-based applications are actually built upon the diversity of forces and information within your organization, channeling them towards a more creative scope of solutions. With the ability to represent those solutions graphically that is the cornerstone of RAP™ software, everyone (including your shareholders) is in a much better position to see what actions offer both opportunity and hedging against what used to be stifling uncertainty.

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Evolving Logic renders “make-your-best-guess” obsolete.

You have probably already experienced points in your decision-making process where predicting the future has become at best unreliable, and at worse, harmful and misleading. You may also have become uncomfortably aware that some decisions require you to act as if you know a lot more than you really do. In those circumstances, the tools, thinking, and processes that have been taught in business schools for decades are of little value.

Let the revolution in reasoning begin. Evolving Logic doesn’t force you to choose between unreliable predictions because RAP™ does away with the need for predictions. Instead of asking "What will happen in the future?", Evolving Logic asks a much more realistic question, “Given the uncertainty we face, what should we do?”

Throughout this site, you’ll see examples of how answering this real-world question has allowed policymakers, scientists and business people to see through the uncertainty, reduce risk, and arrive at a clear and compelling set of choices. You’ll see how it has given them a rigorous way to make far more efficient use of the information and systems they already do have. Often allowing them to take lucrative advantage of what would have been prematurely discarded opportunities. And, ultimately, allowing them to be confident their decisions possess a much stronger degree of integrity.
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