Enabling Operational Excellence
Enabling Operational Excellence
Enabling Operational Excellence
Enabling Operational Excellence

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Omissions? My Cumulative List of *Business Problems* for which Business Rules, Decision Management, and Related Technologies are Suited

Find your targeted business problem in this list? If not, please let me know! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Customer Relationship Management (CRM) … customer care, personalization, complaint management Distribution … scheduling, routing, dispatching Financial … settlement, disbursements, allocation, billing, account management, credit worthiness, procurement, audit Fulfillment … eligibility, configuration, inventory management, order management, certification, supply chain Governance … regulatory compliance, adjudication, reportability, scenario gaming Human Resources … qualification, task matching, union restrictions Management … resource optimization, supervision and control, workflow scheduling and management Marketing … customer base segmentation, supply chain, brand management, loyalty programs, closed loop Marketplaces and Trading Exchanges … bids and offers, trades, reconciliation Planning … business intelligence, trending, capacity planning, risk assessment, production scheduling, optimization Sales … pricing, discount schemes, contextual product packaging, incentive programs, repeat business, campaigning, cross-selling, lead qualification, consultative sales Security … monitoring, alerts, risk profiling, detection, privacy breach  

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Ronald G. Ross

Ronald G. Ross

Ron Ross, Principal and Co-Founder of Business Rules Solutions, LLC, is internationally acknowledged as the “father of business rules.” Recognizing early on the importance of independently managed business rules for business operations and architecture, he has pioneered innovative techniques and standards since the mid-1980s. He wrote the industry’s first book on business rules in 1994.

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  • Jan Purchase

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    Also, while I stop to think of it:

    Financial (investment banking)/ P&L attribution, liquidity aggregation, trade allocation, trade type inference, product pricing, netting, cashflow reconciliation and capital adequacy determination.

    Jan.

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