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Learn how to sell a business rules management system to your boss at this exclusive webinar from Progress® Corticon®.
At Progress, we know that you want to be a more effective part of your business. You are often faced with developing a new business application that needs complex logic to compute the data that helps users interact with your business. That logic requires business rules that must be created, modified and managed on a regular basis regardless of how well the app may perform.
Modifying existing rules when policies change takes up valuable time. You know that the best way to work with rules is to separate the underlying code from business logic using a business rules management system (BRMS). But how do you make a case to upper management such that they see the benefits, and most importantly the ROI, of using a BRMS?
Let us show you the key benefits and ROI of BRMS in our Q&A session, entitled “Sell BRMS to your Boss,” on Tuesday, July 14 at 12 p.m. ET.
This exclusive session will discuss:
And, we will give you some great tips on how to sell the value of BRMS to your boss.
Our speakers include:
James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions
James is the CEO of Decision Management Solutions and a leading expert in Decision Management Systems—systems that help apply business rules and advanced analytic technologies to address the toughest issues facing businesses today, and can change the way organizations are doing business. James is a faculty member of the International Institute for Analytics and has spent the last 20 years developing approaches, tools and platforms that help others build more effective information systems. He has led business rules and decision management efforts for leading companies in insurance, banking, health management and telecommunications. James has also published multiple books on decision management, business rules and advanced analytics.
Christopher Hogan, Principal Systems Engineer, Progress
Chris Hogan is a hands-on, technical thought leader who addresses both executive and technical audiences at Progress with a deep emphasis in the area of Business Rules Management, Business Process Management (BPM) and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). He has over 15 years of experience in sales engineering, professional services and support, including solution delivery, systems architecture, product development, technical training and sales leadership. Chris was one of the original members of the Corticon Technologies team acquired by Progress in 2011.
Kevin Foster, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Progress Corticon
Kevin Foster is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Progress. He is responsible for the go-to-market planning, product marketing and strategy for Progress Corticon. Kevin joined Progress in 2013 after 15 years of technology marketing and management experience with various hardware and software vendors.
Kevin Foster is Senior Product Marketing Manager at Progress. He is responsible for the go-to-market planning, product marketing and strategy for Progress Corticon Business Unit. Kevin joined Progress in 2013, after 15 years of technology marketing and management experience with various hardware and software vendors.
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