Most of previous applications of the MAMCA were used to recommend policy makers about a strategic direction supported by stakeholders. It helps them to design policies in a bottom-up approach.
The potential of the MAMCA methodology goes beyond research. Consultants can use the software to integrate stakeholder’s point of views in their project evaluations. It can show in one environment which scenarios are the most supported by the different stakeholders.
The MAMCA has a long track record of development in research. This methodology is always being improved. Applications of the methodology are also expanding. Many different research centres and universities are using the MAMCA software to engage more stakeholders in their projects.
The MAMCA-software can be used for educational purposes. Students learn the complexity of settings with several stakeholders and within one lecture a full MAMCA exercise can be run. The students can be set in the role of one the stakeholder groups and they can give priorities to their own objectives. A rich discussion is possible at the end.