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Presentation and Webcast: Engaging Business Users with Drools

Decision modeling as part of the requirements phase or iteratively during agile projects makes it easier for business users to fully participate in Drools implementations and maintenance. If you missed yesterday’s webinar, Engaging Business Users with Drools, the presentation and webcast are now available. In the webinar, James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions and Mariano De […]

Job: Drools and jBPM developer in SoCal

Westech, a project to produce lower cost healthcare infrastructure that is part of the West Health initiative, is looking for a Drools/jBPM developer. The job is based in La Jolla CA and they are looking for a full time hire.

West Health Institute is looking for a creative and hands-on jBPM Software Developer for an innovative Medical and Clinical Informatics Platform.  This is an excellent opportunity to help define and launch an emerging field and work across all aspects of Medical and Clinical Informatics, Connectivity, Networking and Process software. If you are passionate about what you do, this is your chance to join a very talented group of individuals focused on the cutting edge of technology. We want team players with a “Can Do” attitude, and in return, we offer a fun and exciting environment to committed individuals who are up for the challenge!

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The growing impact of Business Rules and Decision Management. What a difference 5 years makes!

Back in 2008 I wrote this post – The small impact of business rules on the big players, bemoaning the lack of serious investment in business rules on the part of major software companies. As we enter 2014 I thought I would revisit this post and consider what a difference 5 years makes. Let’s consider some of the world’s top enterprise software  vendors:

  • IBM
    IBM has become a major booster for both Decision Management and business rules. The old ILOG product is now Operational Decision Management and has seen significant and continuous investment since IBM acquired it. Decision Management is one of three pillars of IBM’s Smarter Process initiative and every year it seems to have more visibility at events like IMPACT as well