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May08
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM

Case Study: Revolutionizing State Social Services with the Corticon Business Rules Engine

Michael Bleyle
Michael Bleyle

Partner, Nimble Consulting Group

Bio:

As an early employee of Corticon Technologies, Inc, in 2000, Mike spent 11 years building and leading the Client Services team, responsible for professional services, technical training, support, and product documentation. Following Corticon’s acquisition by Progress in 2011, Mike stayed on until 2013 after which he left to found Nimble Consulting Group. Today, Nimble is a leading provider of implementation, training and enablement services for Progress Corticon and other business rules management products. Prior to Corticon, Mike spent 5 years in the US Navy and 5 years at Applied Materials, a semiconductor manufacturing equipment supplier. Mike has a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Virginia and an MBA from University of California, Berkeley.


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Wed, 08 May | 3:45 PM - 4:30 PM

Case Study: Revolutionizing State Social Services with the Corticon Business Rules Engine

In 2017, the State of Maryland launched an ambitious $200M new program called MD THINK to bring the power of data analytics to its critical social services. This new technology initiative represents a true shared-services architecture requiring a statewide vocabulary and rule development, testing and DevOps pipeline. In addition, the MD THINK implementation required automation and change management strategies to handle the transaction volumes and complexity of large-scale deployments. In this presentation, you’ll learn first-hand how the State of Maryland – as part of this new MD THINK platform - uses Progress Corticon to deliver top-tier decision services across a wide range of public-facing applications.

In 2017, the State of Maryland launched an ambitious $200M new program called MD THINK to bring the power of data analytics to its critical social services. This new technology initiative represents a true shared-services architecture requiring a statewide vocabulary and rule development, testing and DevOps pipeline. In addition, the MD THINK implementation required automation and change management strategies to handle the transaction volumes and complexity of large-scale deployments. In this presentation, you’ll learn first-hand how the State of Maryland – as part of this new MD THINK platform - uses Progress Corticon to deliver top-tier decision services across a wide range of public-facing applications.
Audience

Business

Session Type

Presentation

Product

Corticon

Topic

High-Productivity Application Development

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