3 Critical Elements of a Digital Business Platform

Wednesday, August 2, 2017 1:00:00 PM EDT – 2:00:00 PM EDT
Enterprises increasingly demand digital implementations that differentiate them from their competitors. 
Digital Business Platforms deliver this differentiation by coordinating goal-directed work and supporting 
the intelligent interaction of people, software, and machines. These Digital Business Platforms need to be 
augmented to support rapidly changing policies and regulations as well as real-time analytics.

Successful digital programs extend their Digital Business Platforms with 3 critical elements: decision modeling, 
predictive analytics and business rules technology. Coordinating these technologies into a virtual decision hub, 
Decision Management automates and improves every digital interaction and delivers agile, data-driven, real-time 

Join industry thought leader and Principal Consultant James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions, 
for this live webinar with examples from financial services and insurance. Learn how these successful programs: 

-	Adopt Decision Modeling to define the desired outcome across multiple decision engines.
-	Automate decisions with Business Rules technology (BRMS) to empower the business and deliver safe agility.
-	Deploy Predictive Analytics to deliver data-driven decisions in real-time.

These 3 elements: Decision Modeling, Business Rules and Predictive Analytics - are critical for success in 
digital business programs. 

This is a live webinar followed by a Q&A so register now and bring your questions! 
All attendees will get a copy of the Aragon Research "Hot Vendors in Digital Business Platforms, 2017" research note.

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Decision Modeling for Decision Led Analytics

Learn how to get started quickly with decision modeling with DMN for success with selecting and adopting analytic capabilities for your organization. Organizations today are turning to analytic capabilities to drive decision-making. With the growing focus on using analytics to improve decision-making, it makes sense to select analytic capabilities in a decision-led way.

Getting Started with Decision Discovery

The path to a better bottom line is paved by large numbers of operational decisions made by people, by processes, and by software applications. Systematically improving each operational decision – at scale – is at the core of Decision Management. Business Architects and Analysts identify, describe, and model operational decisions in Decision Discovery.

An Introduction to Decision Management

Join James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions, and Dr. Juergen Pitschke, Founder and Managing Director at BCS Enterprise Modeling, as they answer your most asked questions about Decision Management.

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