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Task Assistant understands your role's task goals within the processes of your organization, providing significant performance support to your role.

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Ulysses Systems is a software company specializing in the delivery of actionable information.
Our premier product, Task Assistant, has proven its value in the Maritime Industry where timely access to relevant information has a high impact on revenue and reputation. Ulysses is ready to show you the competitive advantages of Task Assistant in any vertical and organisation.”

    

Task Assistant helps any organization by:

1. Allowing risk to be detected before it escalates
2. Maintaining responsibility in spite of delegating control
3. Delivering the right information to the right people at the right time
4. Reinforcing training and accelerating change implementation
5. Bypassing bureaucracy when events, time and consequences require it

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What Our Customers Say
International Tanker Management Testimonial

“The use of ‘task orientated’ information management has been the single most effective utilization of software both on board and for the technical and quality management departments ashore. It helps us collect all the data we need from the vessels without fuss and without special software training. This amounts to a major saving in time and effort whilst enabling information flow consistent with the operating standards of ITM.”

Svein Perdersen
VP, ITM-Dubai

   
  This is an interview of Ulysses staff on the subject of the importance of innovation for the Greek economy and the ease with which small to medium size companies could innovate in the field of cognitive science.  
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Captain Decides
This is our first R&D project from 1997. The primary goal was to determine how much more impact information can have on the listener when it is in context to a discussion that is underway.
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Domain: Cargo / Subject: Accepting Cargo

Question: What should a captain do if asked to load damaged cargo?

Author: Charalabos Binikos / Expertise: Port Captain
Published: 1997-08-06

Captain Binikos emphasizes that if a captain discovers damaged cargo before loading, he should not accept the cargo for loading on the ship. Once the cargo is accepted for loading, the ship is responsible for delivery. If the cargo is damaged before loading, the captain must take steps to protest, report, or reject the cargo, depending on the kind of damage.
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  The Future of Decision Making:
How Revolutionary Software Can Improve the Ability to Decide

We now possess the capability to make great business decisions in even the most difficult or ambiguous of situations with the use of today’s advanced software capability. The authors, who are experts in cognitive science, software, and practical decision-making, explain the new science of decision-making and offer examples and advice that will enable readers put it to use in their organizations.

About the Authors:

Roger Schank is the Executive Director and founder of Engines for Education, Inc. as well as the Chairman and CEO of Socratic Arts, Inc.
Dimitris Lyras is the founder of Ulysses-Systems, a leader in maritime industry management software.
Elliot Soloway is the Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan and Principal Investigator for the Center for Learning Technologies in Urban Schools.

 
 
"No other book matches this one in breadth of vision and will be uniquely valuable to organizations that live or die on the quality of the time-constrained, high-stakes decisions they must make.", Professor Ray Bareiss, Director of Educational Programs, Carnegie-Mellon University/Silicon Valley

"These authors have converged to produce a forward-looking book that is as un-hidebound as the methods they are preaching.", William K. Purves, Professor Emeritus of Biology, Harvey Mudd College

"A compelling argument and case history to support an assertion that the next 'big thing' has already arrived.", Richard Sheridan, CEO, Menlo Innovations