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Rich Lechner of IBM came next, talking about the new enterprise and it’s new enterprise data center. Supporting business innovation is impacted, he said, by three things: Globalization The change from an exporter to a multi-country set of counties to a truly globally integrated enterprise – tapping into new talent pools around the world. Rising [...]

Two of Gartner’s smartest analysts – Kurt Schlegel and Gareth Herschel (shameless plug) – just published an excellent little paper called “Business Intelligence and Decision Making“. This paper was one of Gartner’s Strategic Planning Assumptions and the (free) summary says: A subset of organizations that seek a competitive advantage will evolve the primary role of [...]

Dave Wright and Scott Ambler have started a discussion about the book over on the Requirements Network – check out this topic (registration required) if you want to join in.

The book was cited by Steve Miller in his DM Review column “Super Crunchers – Lessons for BI Learned and Confirmed.” Steve described the book as providing “painstaking detail on how to use analytics, decision rules and optimization techniques to automate routine decisions”. Technorati Tags: analytics, Business Intelligence, Decision Management, DM Review, Smart (Enough) Systems, [...]

In his blog post “Process, Prediction and Icahn’s Interest in BEA“, Doug Henschen cited Smart (Enough) Systems as a “cogent” look at how analytics need to get in synch with real-time operational decision-making.Technorati Tags: BPM, business process management, Doug Henschen, Intelligent Enterprise, operational decisions, real-time, Smart (Enough) Systems, smartenoughsystems, predictive analytics

Ron Ross, who wrote a testimonial for the book, cited the book in his article The Value of Decisions: New Ideas on the ROI of Business Rules for Business Rules Journal, Vol. 8, No. 9 (Sep. 2007).Technorati Tags: Business Rules, Business Rules Journal, EDM, Enterprise Decision Management, Ron Ross, Smart (Enough) Systems, smartenoughsystems

Book Cited by Cindi Howson

Cindi Howson cited Smart (Enough) Systems in her blog posts “Of BI, Crème Brulee and Chocolate Mousse” on Intelligent Enterprise and her own site.Technorati Tags: Business Intelligence, Smart (Enough) Systems, smartenoughsystems

Charlie Bess of EDS discussed the book on the EDS Next Big Thing Blog in his post Smart (Enough) Systems. He also mentioned it again in Breaking Up (Applications) Is Hard To DoTechnorati Tags: Decision Management, Decision Service, EDM, EDS, Enterprise Decision Management, Smart (Enough) Systems, smartenoughsystems, Charlie Bess

Gib Basset cited the book in an article on DM Review – Making the Most of Operational Analytics with Enterprise Decision Management.Technorati Tags: analytics, Business Intelligence, DM Review, EDM, Enterprise Decision Management, Smart (Enough) Systems, smartenoughsystems, operational analytics

Ron Ross, who wrote a testimonial for the book, wrote A Case of Dueling Manifestos? Business Rules and Enterprise Decision Management for Business Rules Journal, Vol. 8, No. 8 (Aug. 2007)Technorati Tags: Business Rules, Business Rules Journal, EDM, Enterprise Decision Management, Ron Ross, Smart (Enough) Systems, smartenoughsystems, Business Rules Manifesto

Tom Davenport, who wrote Competing on Analytics and a testimonial for the book, discussed it on his blog – Automated Decisions Sneak UpTechnorati Tags: EDM, Enterprise Decision Management, Smart (Enough) Systems, smartenoughsystems

Book mentioned on TIBCO blog

Paul Vincent wrote about the book on the TIBCO Complex Event Processing blog – Decision Management and CEPTechnorati Tags: EDM, Enterprise Decision Management, Smart (Enough) Systems, smartenoughsystems, Complex Event Processing, TIBCO