business architecture

Upcoming Webinar: 4 Key Benefits of Integrating BPMN and DMN

Free Live Webinar December 2, 2014 10:00 am PST, 1:00 pm EST Register here. The landscape of process modeling has evolved as have the best practices. The smartest companies are using decision modeling in combination with process modeling. The principle reason is that decisions and processes are discovered and managed in separate, yet, interrelated ways. Decision […]

DecisionsFirst Modeler Enterprise Edition Announced Today

Today we are pleased to announce the release of the Enterprise Edition of our cloud-based decision modeling software, DecisionsFirst Modeler. The new Enterprise Edition delivers user-friendly, standards-based graphical decision models integrated with implementation and application development platforms such as business rules management systems (BRMS) and predictive analytic platforms, making it easier to manage and improve business decisions in […]

Decision Management at the Building Business Capability Conference 2014

Join us at the Building Business Capability Conference (@BBCapability) in Fort Lauderdale in November for a pre-conference tutorial on Decision Modeling with DMN and a case study presentation on Decision-Centric Dashboards with DMN with Assure Corporation. Decision Modeling with DMN: Extending BPMN to Decisions, Business Rules and Analytics This workshop introduces the powerful technique of […]

New! Version 6 of The Decision Management Systems Platform Technologies Report

We’ve posted Version 6 of Decision Management Systems Platform Technologies Report with new content on decision modeling. We also welcome new vendor FlexRule and the report includes links to product updates on 11 Ants Analytics, Angoss, Alteryx, Experian, InRule, Pega, RapidMiner, SAS and Teradata. You can read the report online or download a pdf here: http://decisionmanagementsolutions.com/decision-management-technology

Build Your Decision Capability with Decision Management

The old way Few organizations treat their decisions as first class objects. Business analysts don’t write requirements for them while enterprise architects don’t include them in their patterns. Organizations may invest heavily in technology to improve decisions such as Business Intelligence or predictive analytics, but they don’t know which decisions they are hoping to improve […]

BBC 2013 Panel: Decisions from the Business Perspective

I am participating in a panel “Decisions from a Business Perspective” at 3:20pm on Thursday at this years Building Business Capabilities conference in Las Vegas This first-ever industry panel on decisions as part of business capability will feature the foremost world experts in the field. Each panelist will give a 5-minute position statement, followed by […]