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BRMS Specialist (IBM Ilog, Drools, Corticon) at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Sep 25 2017

What do you think of IBM Operational Decision Management?

Valuable Features Rules authoring and governance. • Improvements to My Organization Very flexible for business users in terms of business rules authoring. • Room for Improvement Designing orchestration. • Use of Solution For more than eight years, I have used version 7.5 onwards. • Stability Issues No. • Scalability Issues No. • Customer Service and Technical Support A six out of 10. • Previous Solutions No. However, I have used other rules engines. • Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing Little more costly than other business rules management system (BRMS) products. • Other Solutions Considered JBoss Drools and FICO’s Blaze. • Other Advice Although costly, it is a very strong product in the BRMS domain.
A leading expert in decision management and in the development of Decision Management Systems. Experienced working with business rules, predictive analytics and other decisioning technologies to improve operational systems. Published author - Decision Management Systems (IBM Press), Smart... more>>
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