Decision management suites go beyond business rule management systems by providing more features for designing, deploying, maintaining and auditing decision-making software. This report describes the steps data and analytics leaders should take to identify the best vendor for their business needs.
- Identify Potential DMS Providers by Weighing Their Support for Rules and Analytics
- 1. Rule Processing
- 2. Machine Learning
- 3. Stream Analytics
- 4. Optimization
- Use RFIs, RFPs, POCs and Vendor Demonstrations to Evaluate DMS Technical Capabilities
- 5. Ease of Authoring
- 6. Application Solutions and Templates
- 7. Operating Environment
- 8. Build, Version and Deploy
- 9. Scalability and Latency
- 10. Logging, Monitoring and Evaluating
- 11. Process Orchestration/Workflow
- 12. Simulation
- 13. Rule Validation
- 14. Microsoft Excel Support
- 15. Rule Harvesting
- Include Three Kinds of Business Issues in the Selection Process
- 16. Viability and Support
- 17. Price
- 18. Open Source
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