Competitive Review of Operational Decision Management Solutions
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The start of any year is an apt time to review options for success or research possible solutions to take advantage of current opportunities.
So as a follow-on to last week’s post – How Does BRMS Support Decision Management – I wanted to share this recently released competitive review of some of the leading Operational Decision Management (ODM) offerings because even though ODM solutions include both business rules and events capabilities, most ODM projects start off as business rule management projects before expanding to business events. Steve Craggs of Lustratus Research does a succinct job of explaining why this is so in the beginning of this paper.
Briefly, this competitive paper looks at four of the leading Operational Decision Management (ODM) vendors – IBM, FICO, JBoss and Oracle – and centers around a factual summary of each offering and a comparative review of all four against a set of four user drivers that reflect the buyer’s perspective. The four drivers are: Time to value, TCO efficiency, risk mitigation and value potential.
If you think (or know) you need to improve the timing, quality and transparency of your operational decision-making this year, so that you can, say, deliver better customer experience or increase straight-through processing, this paper allows you to compare some of the top vendors and learn what some third-party experts have to say about these offerings.
You can read this Competitive Review of ODM Offerings from Lustratus Research right now.
Key topics covered in the review: