Group decision support systems (GDSS)

Group decision support systems (GDSS) are a set of interactive, well-integrated systems that facilitate and support group decision making.

This Information system helps to facilitate the free flow and exchange of ideas and information among group members while maintaining their anonymity.

 It is a feature of DSS system where an individual or a group of individuals can use them. In most organizations, decisions of any significance are made collectively by a group, not by a single person.

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