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An Incremental Approach to Enterprise Decision Management

Enterprise Decision Management (EDM) offers organizations the opportunity to lift performance in many areas of operations. Wherever business processes involve complex decisions, and these decisions must be made rapidly, in high volumes and under changing conditions, EDM will improve results.

Introducing a Cornerstone of the Business Rules Approach: The Rule Maturity Model

Business Process Management and Accounts Payable

Gartner’s BPM Senior Analyst Jim Sinur advises organizations to “Consider agile BPM templates if you want to cut time to market and cost, while retaining business uniqueness.” ( Business Process Management Suites Will Be the 'Next Big Thing', Gartner Research Note, 8 February 2005 )

BPMS Watch: Without a BPMS, It’s Not Really BPM

Back To The Future - Lessons Learned From Past Futures

Six Critical BPM Capabilities Close the Loop for Success

Many BPM solutions are beginning to sound very similar while most are missing key components, which are mandatory for a true end-to-end solution. Through goal management, process modeling and simulation, process and workflow management, content management, application integration and dashboard analytics, organizations can focus on seamlessly connecting their planning, objectives and goals directly to their rules and processes. By determining business priorities up front, organizations can ensure the many touch points, workflow and processes support key business objectives.

The Four Tenets of Service Orientation

BPM and SOA

Please join us to hear a future perspective on BPM from Ken Vollmer of Forrester Research and how “You Can’t Implement BPM with BPM” from Ross Altman, CTO of SeeBeyond. Ken Vollmer of Forrester will provide his perspective on the future of BPM. In this session, Ken will address the need to combine a structured, systematic methodology for BPM implementation with a Service Oriented Architecture. Please join us to hear a future perspective on BPM from Ken Vollmer of Forrester Research and how “You Can’t Implement BPM with BPM” from Ross Altman, CTO of SeeBeyond.

Why Rules-Driven BPM Suites Make Strategic Sense for Legacy Transformation

IT organizations are spending an alarming amount of their budgets on legacy maintenance. In some sectors as high as 80% – especially where companies have grown through acquisition and have multiple and redundant infrastructures. The cost and risk? IT organizations are spending an alarming amount of their budgets on legacy maintenance. In some sectors as high as 80% – especially where companies have grown through acquisition and have multiple and redundant infrastructures. The cost and risk?

Case Study: Establishing an Organizational Business Rules Center of Excellence

The use of Business Rule Management Systems is growing at a rapid rate. The Gartner Group suggests "the number of business applications that employ variable business rules will increase to between 30 and 35 percent by the year 2007." As these applications proliferate, it will be essential to provide governance to support intelligent and consistent use of the technology.