Use Decision Management Governance to STREAMLINE YOUR BUSINESS

When it comes to standard business processes, BP3’s Brazos Decision Governance Services automates resolutions for you – saving time and removing human error. The product is a Production Ready Governance Platform. We execute the tools to enact changes and decisions on your behalf. Not only does this reduce time and money by cutting down on valuable working hours, it gives your business the chance to focus on overall growth instead of getting held back by minute details.

BP3’s Decision Management Process is Adaptable & Fluid

We know that your business is constantly changing and evolving. Routine decisions can be greatly impacted by the state of your competitors, regulatory changes and consumer interests. We’ve prepared for these changes by implementing a swift adaptation process.

The process for altering decisions starts with a request made by your business through our decision portal. One of our BP3 Decision Architects will understand your needs and determine what changes need to be made. Our Decisioning Team will then update your business rules and automated test artifacts and fully regression test your decision service to ensure it produces the desired outcome.

Our change process frees your staff members from the need to become software experts. You, as a business owner, can have complete control and flexibility over how you would like our decision management system to run. Just as your business changes with time, Brazos Decision Governance Services changes with you.

Decision Management Features

The process for altering decisions starts with a request made by your business through our decision portal. One of our BP3 Decision Architects will understand your needs and determine what changes need to be made. Our Decisioning Team will then update your business rules and automated test artifacts and fully regression test your decision service to ensure it produces the desired outcome.

Does Your Business Need Decision Management Automation?

Here are five questions you should be asking:

Does my business enact routine decisions on a regular basis?

Do my decisions need to be reused across multiple divisions?

Does my staff have little to no expertise on software?

Do my business processes and decisions change often?

Do my business decisions need to be visible and measured against KPI?