Using Avola Decision is like telling the pilot mid-flight that you changed your mind and want to go to Bali instead of Paris: you control where you are going and when.
We all know the process for booking a commercial flight. You search possibilities that the airlines offer and try to find one that best suits your needs and budget. After booking the flight, this becomes set in stone, unless you are willing to pay a hefty fee to change it.
Now consider owning your own jet at an airport nearby. Always on stand-by to take you wherever you need to go. Controlling where you want to go and when at a moment’s notice. This makes your traveling very agile. Sure, you still need a flight plan and pre-flight checks, but other than that you are in complete control. This - of course - comes at a price.
Now I don’t know about you, but making changes in an average IT environment feels a lot like flying commercial to me: destinations have to be chosen in advance through a rigid process. Once chosen they are very costly (or even impossible) to change. We can change that with our Avola Decision-as-a-Service platform, which helps you formalize and automate all your business decisions.
Using Avola is a lot like that private jet: you control where your organization goes and when without the need for any IT involvement. You can change decisions on the fly and simulate outcomes, massively improving your business agility. If you want, you can use some pre-flight checks like an approval cycle, but this is also a simple business driven process.
This, however, is where the similarities end. A private plane will cost an enormous amount of money compared to flying commercial, but business changes when using Avola are free. There are no costly processes involved because you can make all the changes yourself and deploy them at the push of a single button, making your business truly agile. This means Avola gives you the flexibility of owning your own jet for the price of flying commercial.
Give us a call when you are ready to choose your destination.