After discover this funny problem in this post we’ve solved it by creating a Decision Service under IBM ODM 8.6 technology. Although it’s clear that it’s not a realistic stuff (we all know that werewolves don’t live int graveyards) is a good example that shows how to define the calculation of a risk. This is…
On February 26th, Javier Lafuente, CEO of decide soluciones, together with IBM presents the webinar “Optimizing replenishment processes in the Fashion Industry”.
The #START014 Software Congress is being held on 20 November, where, together with other IBM partners, we will be presenting the most innovative technological solutions designed to meet your specific business needs.
Departure planned for 9:30h. The idea is to enjoy a good day of sports outdoors, together with some work mates and guests and also, why not, to get to know each other a little better. There is no better setting for this than the Guadarrama Mountains, not too far from our usual workplace.
Since we keep on growing and growing and growing…well, we no longer fit in our old office. Ever since I joined Decide they warned me: We’ll soon be moving to a new office!
4.30 am on Sunday, up for the morning ritual before picking up Mario at 6.00 to make it to Cercedilla with plenty of time to get our race number without any hassle. The weather is perfect, sunny with a bit of wind and surely up at the top it will be windier, but we’ll actually be grateful for that. And by the time we get to the finish line it will be quite hot.
This coming Sunday, 16 June, Mario Yllera and Rafa Collado will start running… Start? As if it were so simple. On Sunday they will be surrounded by people in the Alpine Marathon of Madrid, with the support of sponsoring companies such as Decide and apparently even with good weather; but as far as running…they haven’t stopped doing it in the last two years.
A few months ago at Decide we chose to embark on a Corporate Social Responsibility project, an initiative proposed by the Human Resources Department. After an internal round of questions and suggestions, we opted for the Food Bank of Madrid.
During the recruitment processes at Decide one of the questions candidates ask me is “What are you like here?” It’s a question I truly appreciate, because deep inside I think when we all make the decision to start a new stage in our professional career, if we are really interested we think about what the company is like, the ins and outs.
I would like this post to be a tribute to Guillermo, as advisor and as a friend, as a key element of Decide’s genome that will last forever. How many times, today, do we the partners ask ourselves, every time we face a problem: What would Guillermo say?