Automate Operational Decisions
Using decision modeling, you can:
- Express business logic in a manner that is both meaningful to the business and executable. This eliminates the errors that occur when translating specifications to the implementation code. It puts the business subject matter expert and business analyst in the driving seat creating a more effective collaboration between business experts and IT personnel.
- Quickly identify which data is really needed.
- Sketching a decision model is the quickest way to determine what data you really need and the required data quality (i.e., latency, accuracy, completeness) to support decision-making.
Decision modeling, therefore, makes data provisioning more accurate: avoiding the cost of over-provisioning and the delays of late discovery of missing vital data items.
- Perform impact analysis.
- Because decision modeling focuses on the dependencies between decisions, sub-decisions, authorities and data, it allows a rapid assessment of the business and technical impact of changes to these things.
- Helps businesses to assess the true cost of internal change and the impact of externally imposed change.
- Make implicit business knowledge explicit.
- Decision modeling helps to reveal and address any flaws or inconsistencies in the accepted wisdom of decision-making.
- Commoditize business knowledge.
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