March 2008 Archives

Intelligent Enterprise ran an article on Gartner: Emerging Technologies Will Help Drive Mainstream BI Adoption and it made me wonder what "mainstream" means in this context. After all, most of the technologies don't really change the basic premise of Business... Read More..
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Ann All had an interesting post this week on her blog in which she discussed keeping people out of the BI loop. But decision management can do more than keep people out of the BI loop - it can keep... Read More..
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I thought it would be fun to highlight my 20 most popular posts from the last couple of years so here goes: Keeping Predictive Analytics and BI on separate tracks If IT wants to alter outcomes, it needs to automate... Read More..
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One of the main reasons companies adopt decision management and the associated technologies is to empower business users. Joe posted on this topic recently and it made me think about business empowerment. To empower the business from a systems perspective... Read More..
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How are you integrating business rules and analytics? How are you adding intelligence to your business processes? How are you putting analytics to work in your operational systems? How, in other words, are you using Enterprise Decision Management (EDM)... Read More..
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Gary Cokins had a post this week When Analytic Solutions take the Back Seat in which he bemoaned the fact that customer facing processes so often fail to be improved analytically. For all the work done in supporting technical, back-office... Read More..
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An article on CRM Daily - The Ten Easiest Ways To Lose Your Customers - and it struck me how many of these can be addressed by the use of decision management technology and approaches:Automate approvals and other decisions to... Read More..
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My friend Paul Haley (now founder and president of Automata, Inc.) had an interesting post on event processing last week - CEP crossing the chasm into BPM by way of BRMS. Paul made a number of great points including that... Read More..
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James Taylor blogs about decision-management technologies such as predictive analytics and business rules, discussing how they deliver agility, improve business processes and bring intelligent automation to SOA.

James Taylor

James Taylor blogs on decision management for ebizQ, and is an independent consultant on decision management, predictive analytics, business rules, and related topics.

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