Webinar: Enable Easier Rules Management with InterConnect
For many years, organizations across the globe have relied on InterConnect®—a leading cloud-based, modular decision management platform from Equifax—to help them move quickly and efficiently from initial business strategy to measureable results in the marketplace. Now Equifax has teamed up with Sparkling Logic to strengthen one of InterConnect’s core products. The result is the new Rules Editor, powered by Sparkling Logic.
On December 6, 2016, Equifax will host a webinar to teach you how InterConnect can help your organization achieve a faster and less complex journey from strategy to results. The webinar will demonstrate how Rules Editor defines, tests and optimizes business rules and lets users quickly modify or create new rules, develop test data sets for repeated use, and create a more bullet-proof business strategy.
The webinar will also cover creating “champion” and “challenger” business strategies. The Champion/Challenger method enables business users to simultaneously compare two or more rules management strategies and promote the one that performs best. By testing a new set of rules (challenger strategy) against the production set of rules (champion strategy) while using real production data to see performance, users can easily figure out which rules to employ.
And Rules Editor, powered by Sparkling Logic, makes using the Champion/Challenger method a lot easier than it has been in the past. Instead of trying one strategy after another—which can be tedious, pose risks and make your organization appear inconsistent to customers—Rules Editor products lets you uses the Champion/Challenger method to deploy all potential strategies at once so you can choose the most effective path forward.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
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