On February 23rd, Bizzoscope Consulting invites you for a ground-breaking event in which we will highlight and demonstrate how business and IT can rock and swing again in their joint journey towards excellent customer service, controlled straight-through processing and real business agility.
To make this event swing, our master chef carefully composed a highly balanced but exquisitely tasteful menu:
Some things in life should be simple and easy. The business should be able to define, automate and maintain its decision logic without too many intermediaries, hurdles or steps.
Decision Modeling with DMN enables this decision transformation in the digital world. It allows to model and implement the numerous small or big decisions the business has to take every day. And it does so in a way which ensures correctness and consistency from the start. No more dirty dancing.
This presentation, by Prof. J. Vanthienen, takes you from the secrets behind the standard to the sweet harmony of productive decision management.
The old world: whenever the business wants to automate or automatically support business or decision logic, they are forced to explain their requirements to IT, who then code it into a kind of blackbox solution that becomes intransparent to the business users. Result: slow time-to-market, lack of governance and control, and a lot of frustration.
In 2009, “decision modeling” provides a methodology that promises to put the business at the steering wheel again.
Mid 2013, Stefaan Lambrecht and Bart Dupon grasp the huge potential of this new methodology for their customers to achieve real business agility and bridge the gap between business and IT. They undertake some R&D and start building the first version of Avola Decision, a Dutch/Belgian venture. In Spring 2014, the first Bizzoscope customers start using Avola Decision.
In parallel, the Object Management Group (O.M.G.) starts developing a universal standard for decision modelling, called DMN, which stands for Decision Modeling and Notation. The first version of this standard is released in September 2014.
By the end of 2016, approximately 20 customers successfully implemented Avola Decision in the BeNeLux. And Avola Decision gets its first American customer.
And as the proof of the pudding is always in the eating, we are proud to let two of our customers, from different industries, come and present what business challenges they were able to solve using Decision Modeling and the Avola Decision platform.
BAM will present how they were able to harmonize and transparently implement the application of 5 different collective labor agreements across a multitude of legal entities, for the payroll administration of more than 5.000 employees.
DEKRA will highlight how decision management helped them to flexibly streamline the claim handling processes for their insurance customers.
Two exciting business cases illustrating the added value and increased time-to-market Avola Decision can bring to whatever organisation.
Other examples of Avola Decision successes are:
To take a break between the 3 courses, we are happy to bring musical appetizers and digestives to you. We'll be treated to some excellent music by Wannes Cappelle (solo, Het Zesde Metaal).
Het Zesde Metaal is a band that turns heads. They've been nominated for 4 Music Industry Awards, and have been added to the line up of just about every Belgian summer festival in the past years. Their concerts are systematically sold out in Belgium, and next spring they will be touring The Netherlands. But first, we are happy to bring Wannes Cappelle, the front man of Het Zesde Metaal, to Het Depot.
The songs of Het Zesde Metaal are sung in West Flemish, the dialect Wannes Cappelle was brought up with. It's the use of this dialect that makes this band stand out. The lyrics are packed with witty poetry. Live, Cappelle proves himself a true storyteller and entertainer between songs.
You're welcome to join us on
February 23rd at 13h30
, at Het Depot in Leuven (BE).
Het Depot is very easy to reach, no matter the type of transport you prefer.
By train: Het Depot is located across the train station of Leuven. You can simply exit the station, and you'll find Het Depot tucked in the right corner of the square.
By bus: Next to the train station, there are also bus stops. If you take the bus to Leuven Station, you'll end up at Martelarenplein too.
By car: Het Depot is situated on the Martelarenplein, in the center of Leuven. Underneath the square, there is parking available at Parking De Bond. If this underground parking happens to be full, you might find a spot in the parking of Kinepolis (Bondgenotenlaan) which is close to Het Depot as well.