SMARTS™ LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT

Collaborate to manage complex decisions

  • Establish decision governance across environments
  • Collaboratively manage lifecycle through configurable workflows
  • Coordinate releases for testing, deployment, and rollback with one click

ESTABLISH DECISION GOVERNANCE ACROSS ENVIRONMENTS

Empower the right users throughout the decision lifecycle

  • Control who has access to view, edit, test, and deploy decision logic
  • Easily manage changes and ensure compliance through versioning and release management

Editing permissions for a role

Tracking versions history

Example orchestration to automate various tasks including data retrieval and storage

Creating a to-do (task) to review the new underwriting strategy

Activity Stream for a project

COLLABORATIVELY MANAGE LIFECYCLE THROUGH CONFIGURABLE WORKFLOWS

Define and automate workflows through Orchestrations

  • User interactions
  • Decision logic
  • Decision management tasks
  • Lifecycle management tasks (including deployment)

Communicate and collaborate with stakeholders throughout the decision lifecycle

  • Solicit feedback through discussion boards
  • Trigger reminders for tasks
  • Track changes through our activity stream, and more

COORDINATE RELEASES FOR TESTING, DEPLOYMENT, AND ROLLBACK WITH ONE CLICK

Ensure consistency of your decision logic throughout the decision lifecycle

  • Prevent accidental changes to core elements of your decision logic
  • Create “read-only” releases to perform QA checks and deploy when you’re ready
  • Quickly rollback a release when necessary

Creating a “read-only” release

FEATURED BLOG POSTS

What to Look For in a Decision Management System (DMS)?

What to Look For in a Decision Management System (DMS)?

Our “Decision Management 101” series is designed for business leaders who are unfamiliar with decision management and are currently facing challenges with automation, adaptability, and scalability. In Part 3, we cover what to look for in a decision management system.

How to implement a Rating Engine

How to implement a Rating Engine

Rating engine, pricing engine, compensation calculation, fee calculation, claims calculation, and many more types of projects aim at calculating a fee or cost. They typically share some complexity on the fine prints. Implementing a rating engine has relied on...

Technical Series: Authentication and Access Control

Technical Series: Authentication and Access Control

A key benefit of using a Decision Management System is to allow the life-cycle of automated decisions to be fully managed by the enterprise. When the decision logic remains in the application code, it becomes difficult to separate access to decision logic code from...