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Elements of Business Rule Management: Rule Designer

by Carl Hewitt, on December 21, 2012
Effectively using business rule technology requires a fundamental shift of the responsibility for managing business logic from the technology group to the business experts. There are a number of elements to this. Here we explore …

Elements of Business Rule Management: Unit Test Framework

by Carl Hewitt, on December 10, 2012
While building rules, having the ability to see them run and evaluate if what they are doing is what they were designed to do is important. However, one of the problems that can happen in …

Elements of Business Rule Management: Rule Repository

by Carl Hewitt, on November 30, 2012
Rules not only need to be created but also need to be managed. The management of business rules answers questions like these: When was it changed? Who changed it? Why was it changed? What did it look like at …

Information Week 500: Innovate with Business Process Automation

by Kevin Lindquist, on October 25, 2012
Business Process Automation is 'so hot right now' according to data from a recent Information Week survey. Information Week recently came out with the 24th annual ranking of companies who have made a notable improvement in …

Process View Pages. Getting better all the time.

by Kevin Lindquist, on October 14, 2012
Process view pages in Decisions are getting better all the time! When coordinating the workflow automation effort among different people, teams, and even organizations it can be difficult to stay current on all of the …

Email Response to Workflow

by Kevin Lindquist, on September 29, 2012
Workflow with Email. Email is a primary method of communication for everybody in your organization. One of the new features of Decisions 2.2 is the ability to respond to workflow tasks via email. Configuring this …

Flexible Business Applications: Embedded Rule Engine and Workflow

by Carl Hewitt, on September 29, 2012
One of the questions that we commonly get asked is 'my company produces or has a software application that does __________, how does Decisions work with us?' The reason we are contacted is almost universally the …

Decisions Platform: Rules and Workflow on Microsoft Azure

by Carl Hewitt, on September 28, 2012
With our 2.2 release, we are fully supporting being hosted on Microsoft Azure. We are pretty excited that our leading rule and workflow platform can now in this cloud! With Azure, Microsoft has reduced much of …

Decisions Platform: Rules and Workflow on Amazon AWS

by Carl Hewitt, on September 27, 2012
We recently announced support for Microsoft Azure, however, wanted to highlight something that we have had for quite a while - ability to run on and integrate with the Amazon AWS cloud services. Our support for …

Introducing Decisions 2.2: Workflow Automation Just Got Even Better!

by Kevin Lindquist, on September 21, 2012
The wheel in the sky has continued to turn, and we are very happy to announce the release of Decisions 2.2! (Journey has a regular spot in our daily playlist if you haven't noticed.) Over …

Top 20 Platform Features: XAML/Silverlight UI and Workflow Automation

by Carl Hewitt, on August 27, 2012
Because the Decisions Platform is targeted at rule and process intensive business applications - and has a full set of business focused design technologies that all our customers applications to be customized and tuned without …

Why Blog About Decisions?

by Carl Hewitt, on July 27, 2012
I do not like business books. Generally, do not like blogs either.  Here is my reasoning, if these guys were so good - they would NOT be sharing their scarce thoughts with the world. Would you rather …

Telephony in Workflow Automation

by Carl Hewitt, on May 6, 2012
The decisions workflow engine can be used to handle the backend of both SMS and IVR (interactive voice response) telephony integration. We do this by integrating with both Twilio and Plivo who provide an API …

Business Process Management Factory?

by Carl Hewitt, on May 4, 2012
Creating software is hard… Automating processes is even harder because it combines the discipline of having to create software (structure data, produce language, interact with a user) as well as the need to bring along the …

Workflow Automation with Silverlight and HTML 5

by Carl Hewitt, on May 2, 2012
Decisions, a workflow automation platform, was an early adopter of Silverlight. Working with SL since the first beta release, we have been overall very happy with it. Being able to process and manage the user …

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