Decisions

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Decisions is a company offering a business rule automation and workflow management platform that helps in business optimization and process management. The platform offers a range of features including task management, forms management, rule engine, third-party integrations, reporting, and analytics. It integrates with other Decisions products such as Workflow.com and RULE.net to offer workflow and rule features. The core feature of Decisions platform is the design studio that enables users to configure flows, business rules, dashboards, and reports.

TypePrivate
Founded2010
HQChesapeake, VA, US
Websitedecisions.com
Employee Ratings3.4

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2021)179
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
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Key People/Management at Decisions

Carl Hewitt

Carl Hewitt

Founder
Heath Oderman

Heath Oderman

CTO
Bob Irwin

Bob Irwin

CEO
Gordon Jones

Gordon Jones

Chief Operating Officer
James Davidson

James Davidson

Director of Business Development
Shawn Turnbow

Shawn Turnbow

VP of Solutions
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Decisions Office Locations

Decisions has an office in Chesapeake
Chesapeake, VA, US (HQ)
238 S Battlefield Blvd
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Decisions Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Decisions total Funding

$40 m

Decisions latest funding size

$40 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Decisions investors

Decisions's latest funding round in April 2019 was reported to be $40 m. In total, Decisions has raised $40 m
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Decisions Operating Metrics

Decisions's Users was reported to be 400 k in Jul, 2020.
Sep, 2019Jul, 2020

Users

400 k400 k

Implementations

300400

Partners

2843

Trademarks

54
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Decisions Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

78/100

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Decisions Online and Social Media Presence

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Decisions Blogs

Low-code vs. no-code: Which one do you need?

For most organizations, process automation is a when, not an if. Competitive market demands are putting increasing pressure on organizations to streamline processes, increase efficiency, reduce costs and do more with less. Therefore, many companies are focusing on areas of the business that can deli…

What Exactly is a Business Rules Engine?

The concept of a business rule is rather simple – it’s “if X, then Y.” The business rules engine is where they’re built, stored, managed, and enforced. A flexible business rules engine allows the creation of a variety of business rules with easy connectivity to any type of workflow, which triggers s…

How Can You Automate Quotes with a Business Rules Engine for Insurance?

Streamlining operations, increasing efficiency, reducing costs, and continuous product innovation have been standard operating procedures for insurance organizations for decades, but the pace has increased since insurance quoting went online. Expertise in marketing, claims processing, and underwriti…

Use Automation and Custom Business Rules to Create Intelligent Asset Management

Competitive forces and increasingly stringent regulations require that asset management firms analyze their processes and procedures to streamline operations. They need to reduce costs while simultaneously strengthening compliance. Therefore, intelligent asset management companies – private equity f…

Three Ways to Drive Process Automation for Insurance with a Business Rules Engine

Digital transformation at well-established insurance providers has been in process for more than a decade, with the goal of streamlining processes to unlock growth, increase profitability, and protect their brand. Meanwhile, newer, more nimble insurance start-ups are trying to leverage the latest te…

Where and How to Use Scoring Rules to Make Better Decisions in Process Automation

Scores let you know where you stand, whether it is a test score in academics or the final score of the Super Bowl, they are a quick way to measure past performance. Past performance is an important indicator for future performance and using scoring rules in business decisions can help predict the pr…
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Decisions Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Decisions founded?

    Decisions was founded in 2010.

  • Who are Decisions key executives?

    Decisions's key executives are Carl Hewitt, Heath Oderman and Bob Irwin.

  • How many employees does Decisions have?

    Decisions has 179 employees.

  • Who are Decisions competitors?

    Competitors of Decisions include HyperScience, Creatio and Pipefy.

  • Where is Decisions headquarters?

    Decisions headquarters is located at 238 S Battlefield Blvd, Chesapeake.

  • Where are Decisions offices?

    Decisions has an office in Chesapeake.

  • How many offices does Decisions have?

    Decisions has 1 office.