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I get to talk to a wide range of roles during the day here at Decisions. In the morning I could be talking to an IT executive at a financial services organization in the UK. In the afternoon it could be a project manager at a major hollywood studio here in the US. In between […]  

The Decisions platform has always handled case management well and with the release of version 5.0 we take case management to the next level. We added a new visual design tool to enable the rapid creation of case-based business processes. Case-based business processes are extremely interesting to us. Our two core technologies, workflow and rules […]  

Later this week Decisions will be launching a beta release of our latest version 5.0. Like all previous versions it is backward compatible so all your workflows and rules developed previously will run in version 5.0. There will be much more information to follow with detailed communications on each of these new features, so consider […]  

In recent weeks, both the State of Hawaii and Japan have sent out mass alarms to their entire populations that have proven to be human error. In follow up news coverage from Business Insider on the Hawaii incident we’ve seen the user interface that supported the error (below, credit: Business Insider) and we’ve seen photographs […]  

I hate to burst your bubble but your 2018 targets may already be in trouble. If your targets are anything like mine, they show improvements quarter to quarter throughout the year. Here at Decisions we’ve had record growth in the last two years at over 60% per year and we have an incredible pipeline. So […]  

A big trend I’ve seen this year with several of the new customers we’ve brought on board here at Decisions is how BPM is being used to improve the experience of their customers at different points in their lifecycle. In this article I’m going to outline two categorical use cases that I’ve seen and the […]  

One of the most exciting aspects of working with Decisions is how many different business contexts I’m able to learn throughout each day. A common context I’ve found among thousands of interactions with customers and potential customers is application processing. Specifically application processing in financial services. This problem domain typically includes many regulatory requirements, verification […]  

A largely unconsidered point of comparison among low or no code development environments is found in a discussion around how granular the toolbox and designer can really be. Decisions Founder Carl Hewitt raises this idea in one of our latest interviews. “It’s kind of like building a house,” Hewitt explains. “The bricks are large enough […]  

Unlike other legacy BPM vendors, Decisions has a very comprehensive web service layer and other integration capabilities. This includes an integration wizard for web services and databases that automatically generates workflow steps for third party systems to be re-used inside Decisions design environment. Decisions also provides a very straightforward .NET SDK to add your own […]  

The recordings of the free online training event are now available at decisions.com/events.  The training took place across four days, so you’ll find four two to three hour videos that you can reference on demand. This training event encompasses our standard business analyst curriculum. Reviewing each of the major designers in Decisions while building an […]