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5 Reasons Why Business Analysts Like Decision Modeling with DMN

The purpose of business analysis is to accurately describe the requirements for an information system (more or less). Business Analysts use a variety of techniques to do this. They use techniques designed to help them find out what is required, to elicit the requirements, and they use techniques to describe and model those requirements in […]

The Value of Predictive Analytics and Decision Modeling – Webinar Presentation and Recording

The presentation and recording from our recent webinar, The Value of Predictive Analytics and Decision Modeling, are now available. Successful predictive analytic projects follow a well-defined approach from requirements to modeling, implementation and deployment, embedding the analytic results in operational systems that improve business performance. In this live webinar recording, James Taylor, CEO and Principal Consultant […]

New White Paper – Next Generation Claims System

Our popular white paper, Next Generation Claims Systems with Decision Management, has been updated for 2015. Decision Management delivers next generation claims systems that act immediately, increase agility, consistency and accuracy, improve customer satisfaction, speed response and reduce costs. Insurers can achieve significant speed-to-market gains, reduce fraud and create innovative new claims processes. Today’s insurance […]

New White Paper – Framing Analytic Requirements

The value proposition of predictive analytics is almost always to improve decision-making. Being explicit about the decision-making to be improved is an effective tool for framing analytic requirements. Download our new white paper, Framing Analytic Requirements, to how learn to achieve analytical, data-driven decisions with decision modeling and the Decision Model and Notation (DMN) standard. […]

Newsletter: Why Analytics Projects need Decision AND Process Thinking

We recently sent out a newsletter “Why Analytics Projects need Decision AND Process Thinking” explaining why we see value in modeling both processes and decisions when it comes to analytic projects.  Identifying decisions in business processes doesn’t define decision making. Processes may how when decisions are made. who makes decisions. what information they use an even […]

Some common misconceptions on automating decisions

Regular readers of my blog (as well as those who hear me speak and our Decision Management clients) know that I talk alot about automating decisions. Really, a lot. The evidence that taking control of decisions, specifically operational decisions, and developing Decision Management Systems to automate and manage those decisions drives improved organizational effectiveness is […]