Decision management is a proven and increasingly widely adopted approach to automating and managing decisions separately from business processes and other systems. Combining business rules and predictive analytics (as well as optimization, on occasion), decision management systems take control of high volume repeatable decisions and are (as I described in a previous column) agile, analytic and adaptive.

There are many compelling use cases for decision management systems: 

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