ABOUT THIS SESSION:
There is no doubt that Federal IT budgets are again under attack. Starting with Executive OrderM-10-25, a memorandum which highlights the Federal Government's efforts to control large IT projects, the current administration has adopted an uncompromising position against waste in IT spending.
In this talk, we will discuss how Federal IT teams can improve project cost and performance with the Business Rules Approach. In order to achieve the higher standards dictated by the rigorous review process, methods will be presented for quickly identifying and correcting the problems that plague Federal IT projects.
What you will learn:
A 10 point check list for ranking the effectiveness, agility, and modernity of business modelling
The critical process modelling metaphors that achieve high performance
Setting up performance metrics for achieving business agility
How the Business Rules Approach can provide massive productivity to IT - at any stage
How these metaphors create a "Time-To-Value" within a 90 to 120 time window
Join the speakers as they discuss the best practices for achieving optimal project agility.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER(s):
Tom Debevoise is Signavio’s Chief Evangelist for Business Decision Management. Tom is a leading authority in Business Decision Management (BDM), BPM and Business Rules. He has experience providing next-generation solutions in DMN and BPM, expertise in industry verticals including Financials, Petroleum Logistics, Pharmaceutical, and Manufacturing. Tom has modeled decisions and processes for government agencies including the Navy, the Defense Logistics Agency, and for large corporations in the areas of finance, supply chain planning, security and power systems. Tom is the author of three books including "The MicroGuide to Process Modeling and Decision Modeling in BPMN/DMN.”
Chaitan Sharma is the founder and CEO of DAASL, a global services and solutions provider in Decision Management. Chaitan has over 15 years of experience in decision management; he worked at ILOG for 6+ years and close to 4 years at Fair Isaac where he headed Solutions Management and Architecture teams for North Americas, Asia Pacific & Japan. He also incubated a Global Delivery Center for FICO in Bangalore. Chaitan has vast experience in define, design, develop, and deploy phases of g Business Rules, Analytics & Optimization Technology-based projects. Chaitan, with patent pending work, has played a key role in defining solution roadmap and architecture for various government projects including Veteran Health Adminstration (VHA) Benefits Plan, California County IV Benefits System, USAA, CHA, Internal Revenue Services etc.