The Three Dimensions of Intelligent Business Processes

Today I read a September 21 Gartner Research note by Gareth Herschel titled, “The Role of Analytics in Adding Value to Business Processes.” As someone expert in analytics more so than Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Rules Management (BRMS), Gareth raises some important points to remember when discussing the role of analytics in business processes.

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PerformancePoint Points the Way Toward Mainstream EDM

Microsoft Office PerformancePoint points the way toward mainstream adoption of EDM.

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EDM Outta Sight: Invisible Employees and Transparent Decision Services

As a guest Blogger on the EDMBlog, I am obviously a proponent of Enterprise Decision Management and the impact it can have on a company’s operational decisions; you could say I think EDM is “outta sight.” By that, I mean really effective, specifically how EDM can optimize the many, often hidden, decisions underlying an organization’s day to day operations.

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Nice article on operational analytics and EDM

Gib, who writes for the blog once in a while, wrote a nice piece on Making the Most of Operational Analytics with Enterprise Decision Management for DM Review. Enjoy. Technorati Tags: analytic application, analytics, BI, BI 2.0, business intelligence, DM...

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If you think you need a Chief Analytics Officer, what you really need is a Chief Decision Officer

I saw this article in DM Review today - Building the Analytic Organization - in which Peter Graham lays out a case for a Chief Analytics Officer and how that role would be part of improving the use of analytics...

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Got MDM? You know EDM Better than you think

For some time now, I have recognized analogies between Enterprise Decision Management (EDM) and Master Data Management (EDM). They both share attributes such as the separation/abstraction of “inputs” from operational or analytical systems and recognition of these inputs as assets to be managed and available for reuse across the enterprise. It’s interesting to note also that both have impacts on analytical and operational systems, yet originated from different points of view. In the case of EDM, high volume operational decisions have historically been the focus, while MDM stems from problems in managing consistency in data warehouses.

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Doug Henschen and Intelligent Enterprise

I had a chat with Doug Henschen over at Intelligent Enterprise the other day and today he blogged about turning insight into action. If you are interested in this you will find lots on this blog (and my other one)...

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Change your thinking about BI

An article on the upcoming Gartner BI conference caught my eye. The article said "Gartner research vice president Nigel Rayner will tell delegates at its Business Intelligence Summit at the end of the month, that traditional thinking around BI needs...

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Those who know first, win - NOT!

I saw an ad today, for a well known enterprise application vendor's alliance with a chip company, that had the headline: Those who know first, win and all I could think of was how wrong this was. What good does...

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Business Intelligence 2.0 and Enterprise Decision Management

I have been reading a few things on "BI 2.0" and it made me wonder about the phrase and about the differences, or similarities, between BI 2.0 and EDM. I know Charles Nicholls of SeeWhy and read his nice little...

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