Decision modeling for business analysts using Decision Model and Notation (DMN)
Business analysis often involves documenting and understanding how organizations make critical operational decisions. This process traditionally has been complex, often involving multiple spreadsheets and different approaches to describing business rules. But now there is a new approach based on a standard modeling language: Decision Model and Notation (DMN). DMN can add value to organizations by helping them model and automate decisions.
In this webinar, we’ll cover:
- The key constructs and semantics of DMN.
- How to represent business decision logic, from simple to complex, in DMN.
- How to go beyond the model to create decision services that automate business decisions.
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Denis Gagné is CEO at Trisotech, a global leader in digital enterprise solutions that helps customers discover, model, analyze, and find insights. For nearly 20 years, he has been a driving force in the majority of international business process management (BPM) standards in use today. For the Object Management Group (OMG), Denis is the chair of the BPMN Interchange Working Group and co-chair of the BPM Health Working Group. He also is a member of the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN), Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN), and Decision Model and Notation (DMN) teams. He is a member of the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) Steering Committee, chair of the Business Process Simulation Working Group (BPSWG), and co-editor of the XPDL 2.2 process definition standard.
senior principal product marketing manager, Red Hat
Phil Simpson is a senior principal product marketing manager at Red Hat, responsible for go-to-market strategy and positioning for the company’s business rules and business process management (BPM) products. He has extensive experience with business rules and BPM, having held senior product management roles at an early business-rules pioneer and senior marketing roles at several leading enterprise technology companies. Prior to joining Red Hat, Phil was a product manager for the data analytics firm Renesys and was a director at SeaChange International, Ironhead Analytics, and RulesPower.