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Here's how Enteprise Decision Management puts location awareness to work

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) I saw this post by Charlie Bess of EDS today - Location awareness -- the tip of the iceberg. Charlie makes the great point that knowing where something or someone is (location awareness) is...

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Business rules are core to the BPM/SOA value proposition

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) Butler Group released a really well written report on BPM last year - Business Process Management: Building End-to-end Process Solutions for the Agile Business (December 2007) and I took a look at it after...

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How should business rules and business process interact?

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) We got a comment this week from Paul Haley, founder of the eponymous business rules technology vendor. Commenting on Gib's post “Gartner’s 2008 Predictions Include Bright Future for Enterprise Decision Management” he asked about...

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Enterprise Decision Management by any other name...

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) What's in a name? that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet; This famous couplet from Romeo and Juliet came to mind today when an article I wrote...

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Using EDM to make your ATMs into a sales channel

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) My friends over at the Analytical Engine had an interesting post this week - ATM Machines As A Sales Channel. Their focus was on pre-approved offers and the possibility of loading them onto the...

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Some thoughts on BI and analytics in retail banking

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) Late last year the folks at Datamonitor published Business Intelligence in Retail Banking (Review Report). I finally got to read it today and it is, overall, a very interesting paper and I recommend it...

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Why are enterprise applications so dumb?

(Posted by guest blogger, James Taylor) In general Enterprise Applications rely on human intelligence - Humans must use dashboards and reports to learn from their data, most decisions are managed with work lists, someone has to log on and act-on...

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