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On the Path to the Real-time Enterprise” by Larry Goldman (Published in DM Review February 2004 and available on

“BAM is an essential part of RTE, as it provides the infrastructure necessary for real-time access to the key performance indicators that run and monitor the business. ”

“The event processing component of BAM systems filters through myriad events occurring at an organization and, through user defined business rules, identifies those events that are most important.”

“While event processing is the key foundation of a BAM system, the user interface for a BAM application is the most critical component”

originally Posted to by David Soul on 1/10/05; 9:39:15 PM
in the CEP section.

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