Organization patterns are a way of organizing information to make it easier for people to find what they need. They can be used in many different ways, including sorting lists and categorizing tasks.
One organization pattern is the “decision tree,” which can be used when deciding how to handle customer applications for credit. In this blog post, we will discuss some factors that should go into making this decision so you know which organizational pattern makes the most sense for your business!
The first thing to consider when making a decision is how many of these applications you receive each day. If your business receives fewer than five customer requests for credit, then it might be best to handle them on an individual basis.
This would help you more closely monitor the application and make sure that every object could possibly be answered before denying any customers access to credit. If you have between six and 15 customer requests for credit per day, then organizing by the type of request may work better!
Customers who are looking for new accounts might need different information from those who just want their balances updated or closed out. Organizing this way will also allow employees at various levels in your company (from analysts all the way up) to easily find.