Join us in Chesapeake, Virginia at the end of July for our standard business analyst training - an overview of each of Decisions Designers.
Join us in Lake Tahoe, Nevada at the end of September for our standard business analyst training - an overview of each of Decisions Designers.
Join us in Chesapeake, Virginia at the end of November for our standard business analyst training - an overview of each of Decisions Designers.
This webinar will be a look at some more advanced form components that help make forms more responsive and dynamic, including sub dialogs, data repeaters, and data grids.
Decisions forms can be fully styled using CSS to match corporate standards. In this session we will show you how to apply custom CSS styles to a form created in Decisions.
In this webinar, we will demonstrate how the case management editor can be used for a claims process since it puts the “case” at the center of the workflow with rules that determine what can happen next to that particular “case”.
This session is a good starting point for those who are just getting started with Decisions Rule Engine. We will review the basic components and patterns of the rule engine as well as how to create a simple business rule and include it in a workflow or expose it as a web service to another application.
In this webinar, we will demonstrate how to setup assignments in order to work exclusively through email or both through email and within Decisions.
Decisions provides many powerful tools for creating UIs for workflows and forms, but its most powerful features are truly server-side features. Join us for a demonstration on how Decisions can be used as a backend for a custom, external UI.
Multi-tenancy is an architecture in which a single instance of a software application creates multiple “tenants”, each with their own separate Decisions environment. This session will show how multi-tenant configurations can be beneficial when using Decisions.
In this session, we will demonstrate how the Decisions portal can be branded in order to change the title, logo, and overall appearance of the portal to match corporate standards.
One of the key features of the 6.0 release of Decisions is the support for Docker Containers. Things like batch processing, high volume ruleset executions and microservices would make good first applications to run in Decisions’ Docker mode.
Another new feature to version 6.0 is the ability to import an excel spreadsheet that becomes a fully functional truth table within Decisions. This allows an easy way for the business team to enter/update/modify business rules.
In this session we start from a blank canvas and walk attendees through building an app from scratch. After this session viewers should have a fundamental idea of the level of effort and process through which a designer user in Decisions can create an end to end business application.
The 5.0 release of Decisions contains a new feature that provides a simplified flow building experience. This simplified experience is ideal for creating different workflow paths from a limited pallet of options to be used by people with limited training.
For lenders in new markets and lending innovators in every market who need to break through the barriers of traditional packaged lending software, to truly unlimited workflow and rules capabilities. Automate any human or data process on a single code-free platform, from customer-facing mobile loan applications to back office verifications. Easily build any rule with data from any source, from simple filters to multiple matrices of scoring and pricing rules.
In this webinar, we will show you how complex questionnaires can be built using our simple flow designer. Typical use cases involve a series of questions where the outcome of one question will drive the next question and so on. These applications arise in medical diagnosis, insurance claims and business processes with lots of branch paths.
Work Queues in Decisions represent a physical thread that can be used for multi-threaded processes. This webinar will cover how background processing is handled in Decisions by putting work into queues and having Decisions servers work on tasks within those queues.
Join us for a webinar that highlights some best practices on using Unit Tests & the Debugger in Decisions. Debugging and creating Unit Tests are two valuable tools to use when creating and testing an application in Decisions, as it validates and visualizes how the application works with actual data.
Our rule chains are ideal for building dynamic questionnaires and this webinar will dig into how that’s best accomplished. Decisions 5.0 makes it easy to build dynamic questionnaires and minimizes the need to customize all the related forms.
We will walk through just how easy it is to implement machine learning models in Decisions with a couple examples. If you are looking to get your feet wet in machine learning this webinar will show you how to apply and implement the technology.
A good starting point for those who are just getting started with Decisions Rule Engine. In this session we review the basic components and patterns of the rule engine and how to create a simple business rule and include it in a workflow or expose it as a web service to another application.