Deep Dive2021-06-22T06:25:51-07:00

How Ethelo Works

Ethelo is a community engagement and consensus-building platform combined with end-to-end consulting services.

Our technology is designed to help you solve complex, multi-faceted problems in a way that’s easily accessible for both your team and participants. With hundreds or even millions of possible outcomes for any one decision, Ethelo makes choosing the best path easy by analyzing all scenarios and predicting the outcomes that get the greatest support—all within the constraints you choose.

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With Ethelo you can educate people about complex decisions, increase transparency and build support for initiatives by including people in the process.

Our team of engagement experts can also provide an array of consulting services to make sure your engagement is a success, including project ideation, configuration, communications, participant recruitment, analytics, reporting and more.

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How Ethelo Works

Ethelo is collaboration technology designed for solving multi-factor decision problems, particularly when issues are contentious and there is a requirement for fairness.

Most decisions are quite complex, and there are not just dozens, but often hundreds or even millions of different possible outcomes when the decision is broken down into various issues, and when possible options for addressing those issues are fully canvassed…

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Ethelo White Paper

Read a technical summary of the Ethelo algorithm. This White Paper sets out the mathematical framework of Ethelo and explains its implementation in a process for deliberative decision-making.

Based on the Ethelo Patent: US Patent No. 9,727,883

Ethelo White Paper

Read a technical summary of the Ethelo algorithm. This White Paper sets out the mathematical framework of Ethelo and explains its implementation in a process for deliberative decision-making.

Based on the Ethelo Patent: US Patent No. 9,727,883