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SAP, business rules and decision management

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) As anyone watching the business rules space will have noticed, SAP recently bought Yasu, one of the small rules vendors. Gartner wrote about this here and made a couple of useful comments on the...

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A report from the 10th Business Rules Forum

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) I have just got back from the 10th Annual Business Rules Forum. This is a show I attend regularly but this was the best ever for me. Not only were the logistics great with...

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At Business Rules Forum this week

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) This week I am attending the 10th annual Business Rules Forum and blogging about it over on my blog. Check out www.smartenoughsystems.com/wp for details. I will post a summary when I get back. Don't...

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Using business rules to prevent software spoiling

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) One of my favorite sites on software development - Coding Horror - had a great post today on how software spoils. Jeff's focus in his post was on how feature bloat can kill commercial...

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How can your decision services get new experiences?

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) I recently started reading an interesting new blog - the Decision Strategist - and saw a post titled New Experiences Improve Decision Making. It was an interesting (if short) post that made the critical...

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Feed and URL updates

(Post by Guest Author, James Taylor) This week marks something of a transition for me and for the blog. I am going to become a guest author here on the Fair Isaac EDM blog - look for me to blog...

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While Forrester Envisions Consolidation for the 3 "Bs", it's Happening for Apps and BI Vendors

Cognos and Microstrategy are the two remaining independent Business Intelligence (BI) software giants following today’s news that SAP was purchasing Business Objects. Speculation was building online last week that a deal was in the works and in fact for much of this year since Oracle purchased Hyperion, such rumors have been the case.

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Insightful Hindsight on Forrester's 3 “Bs” Points to Need for EDM

While reading recent news in the Process Management section of Intelligent Enterprise today, I noticed a September 27, 2007 post by Sandy Kemsley titled “Forrester: Why BI, BPM and Rules Technologies Will Converge.” Sandy was part of a panel discussion at Forrester Research’s Technology Leadership Forum (Sept. 24-27) focused, in part, on the contents of a Forrester report issued to coincide with the event. I previously blogged about that report, titled “The Dynamic Business Applications Imperative,” by John Rymer and Connie Moore.

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