Webinars Tagged: Decision Modeling

3 Reasons to Adopt Decision Modeling in Your Existing BRMS Program

A decision modeling approach using DMN is the best practice for for scaling BRMS programs. Decision modeling address 3 key challenges of a existing BRMS program, improving traceability, sustaining business engagement and maximizing re-use while minimizing duplication.

4 Reasons to Start with Decision Modeling on Your First BRMS Project

If you are kicking off your first BRMS project, don’t start by gathering the rules! Often teams will be advised to begin their business rules project by gathering all the relevant rules, in a natural language or rulebook approach. But these rules-first approaches address issues that don’t exist with modern BRMS technology, resulting in redundant and counter-productive […]

DecisionsFirst Modeler Integration for IBM ODM

Watch the demonstration of the integration capability of DecisionsFirst Modeler Enterprise Edition with IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM). DecisionsFirst Modeler enables organizations to accurately specify their business using decision requirements models; structure and manage the supporting business rules; and streamline business process design.  The Enterprise Edition integration with IBM ODM delivers traceability from business objectives through […]

DecisionsFirst Modeler Integration for RedHat JBoss BRMS

Watch the demonstration the integration of DecisionsFirst Modeler Enterprise Edition with RedHat JBoss BRMS. DecisionsFirst Modeler is a collaborative decision modeling solution using the new Decision Model and Notation (DMN) standard. DecisionsFirst Modeler provides a diagram-based, business user friendly front-end to the business rules environment.  The newly available DecisionsFirst Modeler Enterprise Edition Integration with JBoss BRMS: […]

Framing Analytic Requirements with Decision Modeling

One of the most important steps in a predictive analytic effort is correctly framing the problem a way that creates a shared understanding of the business problem across business, IT, and analytics teams. A decision requirements model makes it clear how to best leverage analytics.

How to Succeed with Advanced Analytics at Scale

Leading organizations today are looking to scale their advanced analytics capabilities, especially data mining and predictive analytics, to improve business performance, reduce fraud and improve customer responsiveness. However traditional analytic project approaches are hard to scale and difficult to implement in the real-time environment required in modern enterprise architectures. Learn best practices from leading organizations […]

Upcoming Webinars

Top Three Success Factors for Delivering the Business Value of Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning Learn three critical success factors in delivering business value from your advanced analytics investments. Free Webinar December 12, 2018, 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT Register here. Many organizations still struggle to achieve business value (i.e. a return on […]

How to Innovate Risk Management and Customer Centricity

Operational decision making is not optimized in the majority of organizations because it is buried in business processes and information systems. This matters because business processes are ultimately what deliver value to the business. More and more of this value creation is associated with decisions and approvals. This trend is accelerating as more processes are […]

Smarter Mobile Apps with Process and Decision Management

Learn the decision and process management capabilities that drive excellence in mobile applications with leading experts Sandy Kemsley and James Taylor.  Mobile devices have gained enough traction with consumers and employees to require mobile applications as a part of an enterprise strategy. However, these mobile apps must be more than mere information presenters. In this […]

DecisionsFirst Modeler Enterprise Edition Integration with IBM ODM

DecisionsFirst Modeler decision modeling software enables organizations to accurately specify their business using decision requirements models; structure and manage the supporting business rules; and streamline business process design. The newly available integration with IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) delivers traceability from business objectives through decision requirements to the business rules running in production. The Enterprise […]