Perfect Desire Documentation.

Perfect Desire


is a free Software Platform for Plug&Play Simulations. All Simulations are calculated by our Simulation Engine. The concept behind our approach is called System Dynamics

Characteristically for any complex environment is that there are a lot of interacting parameters. While single parameters and formula may be well-known, the behaviour of the system as a whole can get too complicated to overlook. This effect is called Emergence.

This Documentation should help you to understand not only the software’s calculations, but also the method behind – including Balanced Scorecards – and a quick introduction to System Dynamics. Besides, it is going to explain the use of our products in detail for every product panel that there is. As well, it’s a work in progress, so the documentation may always be trailing a little behind the software itself.

App Developer v1.88 – a 21st century Business Simulation Model, based on Perfect Desire.
Predicted Desire (PD), our piloting 21st century Startup Product Calculator, follows a top-down approach, and will allow you to overview the situation, anytime. PD is being developed under continuous, agile development, with 2-4 week development cycles.

From 2017, the successor of Predicted Desire is called Startup Product Manager. As PD has climbed all its way up to be No. 1 at Google Search, even though nobody had an idea what this was about, it was time for a new name. In being a 21st century Startup ourselves, we found out about what we like and can do best. We started to name our products according to what they do. This way, we don’t need any trademarks. We just use words in simple language and get a strong rating of our key product functionality from Google, for free.

A drawback is that most of these words show heavy competition. But it fits in line with our agile developent strategy to work ourselves all the way up from the very bottom.

Perfect Desire (P) is our upcoming professional client. Based on Predicted Desire, it not only offers the possibility of simulate product cost, revenue and net profit of a Startup or Small Business. With Perfect Desire, we’ll allow everyone to develop your very own business model. Modify any existing model, rename values, delete values, and create new Input Values, Targets, and Formula. With nothing else needed than the Rule of Three, you’ll be able to customize, invent, and define your very own, interactive 21st century Business Model calculator, and interactive 4-year planner. Worldwide.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1:  Concept

You’ll find these explained in the Introduction to Balanced Scorecards Documentation:

  • Balanced Scorecards
  • Input Values
  • Target Values and Formula
  • Stock Values
  • Typical System Archetypes


Chapter 2:  Installation


  • Download Locations
  • Installation and System Requirements
  • Release Notes
  • License

You’ll find these topics explained on the Predicted Desire Download Page.

Chapter 3:  User Interface


You’ll find these explained in the User Interface Documentation.

Chapter 4: Desire, the Formula Language


PD - Stock Value with Tooltip

You’ll find these explained in the Desire Language Specification Guide.


Chapter 5:  Feedback


This Documentation of Predicted Desire is under continous, agile development. It should be ready from 15 August 2016. If you feel that anything is missing or should be changed, please let us know.

You can also file in a bug or feature request for user voting on @dynamic_qs, or suggest and vote for new simulation ideas on @dynamic_idea.

dynamic_idea - simulate 21st ct growth of forest - small

We are following a System Dynamics-related approach, called Critical Chain PM.

Chapter 6:  General Information 


And this is it –

now you know everything about Predicted Desire, Balanced Scorecards, System Dynamics, Business Dynamics, and complexity resolved by Dynamic Applications.

Enjoy, and good luck on your journey, wherever you are.


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