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BPM and Business Rule Management Systems: How to Streamline the Process From End to End

Date: June 30, 2005

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

Peter Carter, Alliance Marketing Director, ILOG (bio)


Moderator:

David A. Kelly

Sponsored By:

ILOG

Many BPM implementations start from the integration angle (EAI). But the key benefits of a BPM solution can only be harvested when full process automation is achieved, ensuring that transactions are streamlined from inception to settlement. This goes beyond workflow orchestration. In order to attain a complete streamlined business process, companies are integrating business rules with their BPM platform to automate the decisioning elements of their processes. This presentation will walk through the different aspects of the decision automation with BPM inside the enterprise. You will learn:

  • How to achieve full automation by covering the workflow and the decision pieces
  • How decisioning systems are automated using business rules
  • How to implement a Business Rules Management System (BRMS) in BPM
  • Case studies and best practices in multiple industries including banking, insurance, capital markets and Telecom. Examples will include loan origination and underwriting, pricing and configuration, claims management, reference data management, data validation and accounting



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Peter Carter is the Alliance Marketing Director at ILOG, leading supplier of software and services that empower customers to make better decisions faster and manage change and complexity.

Working with the strategic business development group, Carter is responsible for developing and executing BPM-related initiatives, along with activities supporting ILOG’s partner ecosystem. His focus is on enhancing alliance relationships and delivering joint programs in the effort to increase the indirect revenue stream. Carter has worked at ILOG since 1999 and held various marketing positions ranging from product marketing to strategic planning.

Carter studied at Harvard University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree. He has 13 years of domestic and international marketing experience including work at enterprise software companies such as Novell and Computer Associates.


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