Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Purpose of Analytics

Jean-Francois Puget from IBM (ILOG) published an interesting article that in particular says: “The purpose of an analytics solution is to enable business decisions based on data.  It does not necessarily mean that such solutions must compute decisions.  It means that whatever … Continue reading

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Cognitive Architecture Attributes by Tom Davenport

This month Tom Davenport posted a new article at LinkedIn “Building Your Cognitive Technology” exploring cognitive technologies that “automate aspects of decision-making processes”. He shares key attributes of the emerging cognitive architectures:

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Open Source Leads DMN Implementations

It is only natural that open source vendors are among  the first companies who provide the implementations of the Decision Model & Notation (DMN) standard. When the DMN 1.0 became publicly available for the very first time on September 26, 2013, it was an … Continue reading

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DMN at BBC-2015

This year Business Decision Management in general and the DMN standard in particular will be prominently presented at the major annual conference BBC 2015 in Nov at Las Vegas – see this LinkedIn discussion

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More DMN Support

A number of vendors supporting the DMN standard keeps growing. Today Sapiens announced that its product “Sapiens DECISION” now supports the DMN – read more here. Sapiens, as well as other vendors not yet included into the DMN Tools Catalog may add … Continue reading

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