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James Taylor's Decision Management

James Taylor

The Future of Business Technology Part 2 - Business Agility

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"If we don't get from IT (Information Technology) to BT (Business Technology) we're going to have more disasters like our present mortgage meltdown. Why? Because IT creates impenetrable systems that human beings can't manage. BT is about human beings back in control".
. The second topic is business agility - removing IT impedance from change. IT impedance is the time it takes those who manage the technology that runs a business to make a change once the business people have determined that a change is needed and what, in business terms, that change should be. With traditional coding the IT impedance is high. If the systems are defined declaratively - using business rules and business processes, for instance - and if graphical metaphors and business terminology is used then the IT impedance is low. Similarly if a new processes or radical change to a system is required then the IT impedance can be reduced using SOA as new and existing services can be assembled rapidly to meet the new need. Decision management allows the most complex logic in these systems - the true business logic - to be managed without IT impedance and exposed as a service (a decision service) so it can be used and re-used in new and existing processes and systems.

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Auf James Taylor’s Decision Management finde ich immer wieder informative Diskussionen und Anregungen. Gestern gab es einen Dreiteiler zum Thema Business Technologie bzw. warum es so wichtig ist, jene Transformation von der Informationstechnologi... Read More

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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