The Decision Model, a Powerful Tool in the Business Architect’s Repertoire

Presented by Ravi Singh, Head of Architecture for Sapiens DECISION
Developed through decades of successful enterprise deployments, The Decision Model combines aspects of modern requirements gathering and agile project management to help bridge the gap between IT and the business. 
This Webinar will provide insight into how The Decision Model (TDM) can help Business Architects in conceptualizing and building agile, dynamic, and flexible business driven solutions.
The Presenter 
Ravi Singh is Head of Architecture and Product Strategy for Sapiens DECISION.
Prior to joining Sapiens DECISION, Ravi was Vice President of Strategy and Projects, at Knowledge Partners International (KPI), where he was responsible for defining company strategy and overseeing company’s projects and engagements.
Before KPI, Ravi was Business Rules Director at Freddie Mac, where he was responsible for creating a Business Rules infrastructure using iLog, building Decision Architecture to adopt the MISMO Loan Delivery Spec and leading the effort to create and build the first Business Decision Management System (Sapiens Decision) with KPI and Sapiens. Ravi led several decision modeling engagements throughout Freddie Mac including rollout, training and adoption of Business Decision Management System. He also successfully established a Center of Excellence for Decision Modeling in Freddie Mac to ensure consistent application of The Decision Model (TDM) principles, methodology and Sapiens DECISION software throughout Freddie Mac.
Ravi has over 17 years’ experience in the software industry and has over 10 years’ experience in Mortgage Finance. He is a thought leader in the Decision Modeling, Process Modeling and Business Rules spaces and has presented at several conferences including MISMO Business Rules Group, Business Process Management Institute, and was a panelist at Business Rules Forum.
Ravi completed a Leadership and Strategy Execution Program from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He has a Bachelor in Engineering from Nagpur University in India.