Monthly Archives: April 2018

Launch-First Mentality: Heresy or Norm?

MITSloan published a new paper “Implement First, Ask Questions Later (or Not at All)“. It says: “Companies used to spend years clarifying business requirements before they would even think of launching new software. Today, cheaper cloud-based apps mean that implementation … Continue reading

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The Dawn of Digital Decisioning – A Forrester Report

James Taylor provides a brief overview of the just published Forrester Research report  “The Dawn Of Digital Decisioning” ($499) that makes great points about the power of Decision Management and provides recommendations about how best to approach Digital Decisioning: “When and how … Continue reading

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Decision as a Service (DaaS) by Trisotech

Denis Gagné presented the latest version of Trisotech DMN Modeler at bpmNEXT-2018 as a complete modeling environment for DMN including execution, testing, searching, deployment as a decision service, collaboration, and more. It includes a Centralized Dictionary that is actually an … Continue reading

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ACTICO Modeler 8 with full DMN support

With the jump to version 8, ACTICO’s Decision Management Suite provides full support for the DMN standard on conformance level 3. 

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DMN Cookbook

Bruce Silver and Edson Tirelli just published a new DMN book available from Amazon. You may download (for free) many Decision Models described in the book and import/modify/execute them using Trisotech DMN Modeler.

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Say Something to Books…

With Talk to Books, Google Research provides an entirely new way to explore books. You make a statement or ask a question, and the tool finds sentences in books that respond, with no dependence on keyword matching. In a sense you … Continue reading

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Does Real-World Decision Management Need Inference?

A set of recent articles by Paul Haley again brings attention to this important question. Paul insists that “It’s time to trade rule technology dating back to the 80’s for state of the art AI” and points that “BRMS are incapable … Continue reading

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