digital decisioning

Don’t Just Sit There, Experiment!

We’ve been blogging recently on Decision Optimization The Customer Journey to Decision Optimization Ongoing Decision Improvement Drives Decision Excellence It is often hard to make the best possible decision. Those trying to improve and optimize their decisions report various challenges. One in particular is that they lack the data they really need – there are […]

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FREE Online Decision Requirements Modeling Training

If you’re stuck sheltering in place or bored working from home, we have a great opportunity for you. You can learn a vital new skill – Decision Requirements Modeling – from the comfort of your home FOR FREE! We are going to take some of our popular online training materials and provide a FREE 2-hour introduction […]

Ongoing Decision Improvement Drives Decision Excellence

Following on from last week’s post on The Customer Journey to Decision Optimization, I wanted to talk about decision improvement. Let’s face it, any organization would want to make excellent decisions. Excellence in customer treatment decisions makes customers feel more valued, be more loyal and promote your brand more. Excellence in fraud detection reduces losses, […]

Driving Business Value from Advanced Analytics, Machine Learning and AI: New Webinar on Digital Decisioning

The International Institute for Analytics (I’m a faculty member) recently hosted me for a webinar on Digital Decisioning: Driving Business Value from Advanced Analytics, Machine Learning and AI. In the webinar I discussed the opportunities and challenges of Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), introduced Digital Decisioning – it’s value, principles and how to […]

Fraud, AI and Digital Decisioning

Automating decisions about transactions lets them be handled in real-time, providing better customer service. If that decision fails to detect fraudulent transactions, this lets fraud into the system. Once a fraudulent transaction has been allowed, you are committed to a “pay and chase” approach to eliminating it. This has a poor success rate. Much better […]