ILOG delivers software and services that empower customers to make better decisions faster and manage change and complexity. Over 3,000 corporations and more than 465 leading software vendors rely on ILOG�s market-leading business rule management system (BRMS), supply chain planning and scheduling applications, and optimization and visualization software components, to achieve dramatic returns on investment, create market-defining products and services, and sharpen their competitive edge. ILOG was founded in 1987 and employs more than 860 people worldwide. For more information, please visit

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Whitepaper: 15 Days to One: How to Cut Commercial Loan Approval Time by 93%

by ILOG, IncSep 01, 2007

A comprehensive integrated solution to streamline, automate and manage the complexities of Commercial Lending processes must include the following enabling technologies: BRMS - Business Rules Management System BPM � Business Process Management ECM - Enterprise Content Management This presentation explains how to leverage them to cut commercial loan approval time.

Whitepaper: Before & After: Quantifying Business Rule Results in Key Banking Applications

by ILOG, IncDec 01, 2007

Streamlining lending processes is crucial as pressures mount to minimize credit risks, reduce spending, and increase customer acquisition and retention rates. Financial services firms have shown some of the most dramatic, reliable gains for agile operations, profitability, and new growth with the use of Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS), often in the context of Business Process Management (BPM) projects, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) initiatives, and/or commercial Loan Origination System (LOS) upgrades. BRMS plays a key role going paperless, speeding lending decisions, eliminating the hard coding of business policies that change quickly, promoting customer on-boarding, and generating maximum customer lifetime value. In this paper, five actual BRMS deployments are reviewed in a �before and after� format for these credit and lending applications: pre-qualification, best fit loan recommendation and selection, commercial loan approvals, automated underwriting, and credit card account management.

Research Report: Business Process Management with a Competitive Edge

by ILOG, IncJun 01, 2007

Automating business processes is not the current IT trend or marketing buzz in the software industry. Rather, it is a fundamental strategy employed by those who plan to stay in the game in the long run. It is what allows companies to remain competitive by reducing cycle time in business value development, delivery and support.

Demo: Business Rules in Mortgage Lending

by ILOG, IncJan 01, 2006

This presentation is about key issues impacting mortgage lenders and how companies are using Business Rules Management in their lending process.

Whitepaper: Compliance and IT Solutions

by ILOG, IncMar 01, 2004

ILOG�s Business Rule Management System (BRMS) externalizes operating rules to enable business users to implement regulations, policies and strategies quickly and directly, and save time and cost by reducing IT involvement. Operating rules change constantly, and ILOG BRMS gives you the agility to put them to work immediately to keep your company compliant and in business.

Whitepaper: Consumer lending and credit

by ILOG, IncApr 01, 2005

Leading financial institutions worldwide rely on ILOG�s advanced Business Rule Management System (BRMS) to create cutting-edge lending systems that enhance process transparency and deliver efficiency gains in loan origination, underwriting and servicing. ILOG software delivers advanced rule management and optimization capabilities that are essential for today�s lending operations. Using ILOG, financial institutions go beyond basic automation by adding intelligent decisioning capabilities throughout the lending process and across loan products � from mortgage and home equity to auto and credit cards.

Whitepaper: Equifax Case Study by Celent

by ILOG, IncMar 01, 2005

This case study walks readers through Equifax's process of choosing a BRMS solution, implementation of the product, and the lessons learned. It provides readers with a firm understanding of BRMS as well as insight into best practices, should they choose to implement a BRMS.

Whitepaper: Fraud Prevention and Detection for Credit and Debit Card Transactions

by ILOG, IncSep 01, 2007

Over the past 20 years, financial institutions, governments, insurers and retailers have seen an explosion in the amount and types of fraud perpetrated against them. This white paper takes a closer look at card fraud and examines business rules-based fraud prevention and detection.

Whitepaper: Freddie Mac & Business Rules: Overview and Best Applications in Lending

by ILOG, IncJun 01, 2007

The lending industry must overcome multiple challenges and relentless changes. Manual practices, disjointed processes, speed-to-market constraints, lack of audit trails and inefficient legacy loan origination systems (LOS) are just a few hurdles lenders must overcome. These issues continue to have a significant impact on a lender�s ability to maintain its competitive edge and reduce costs while improving profitability. With ILOG�s business rule management system (BRMS), lenders build flexible decision automation services that enhance their operational efficiency, optimize processes and improve customer retention and acquisition. ILOG BRMS goes beyond basic automation by enabling advanced decisioning capabilities to automate product guidelines and regulatory policies along with lenders� best practices and knowledge. This case study explains how Freddie Mac uses ILOG technology throughout the lending process and across lines of products, such as prime or sub-prime mortgages, home equity lines of credit, credit cards, commercial products and auto loans.

Video: Getting Ready for the SEPA Pricing War

by ILOG, IncApr 01, 2008

Learn how to make pricing systems more flexible so banks can quickly and easily introduce new revenue-generating products; define new pricing structures (bundles); and move from product-centric pricing to customer-centric pricing.