QIARK is a collaborative decision-making system that can be used by companies, individuals and groups. QIARK helps make complex decisions simple – enabling groups to provide detailed risk assessment; the evaluation and prioritising of new opportunities and planning; and new insights for research and development. QIARK also accesses and identifies innovators, lateral thinkers, mavericks, super forecasters, intuitives and those who are objective, adaptive and open to change. QIARK also provides insights in natural language from your customers or users regarding your product or services – and produces their feedback in a significance scale.
impactRI are delighted to announce that our first Participatory Democracy project will be commencing soon.
This is a tremendously exciting breakthrough, and moreover, it will be in the host country’s own language – not English.
QIARK is now fully ‘multi-lingual’, but this doesn’t just mean that QIARK can deal with any language… QIARK can also process any natural language, dialect or discrete speech community.
More details to follow!
Time for hugge and lykke.
QIARK for Business & Commerce
The QIARK system can be used by individuals, teams and large groups to:
- evaluate the opportunities and risks of business models or operational changes
- contribute and share information on potential investments on quoted exchanges
- prioritise next steps and planning
- alleviate decision making biases
- assist in business meetings and summarising
- personal and group brainstorming
Businesses can interact internally, across any configuration of partners, or even publicly.
A New Future for Data Analysis
We believe that it is possible for people to collaborate in ways that can outperform the most powerful computers, and do so in ways that harvests the full extent of human endeavour, for the common good of commerce and the people it serves.
We believe people can be properly rewarded for their time and effort, and even leverage their combined intelligences to bring new insights and opportunities for shared wealth and well-being.
To be sustainable, we need to act profitably, to be profitable, we need to act sustainably; and so we are also lending our efforts to push for investment in environmental, social and governance arenas.