Application Decisioning & Integrations

How to run automated decisions and integrations in the DigiFi platform.

Overview Of Decisioning & Integrations

DigiFi's platform includes the ability to run automated decisions and integrations. These automated decision processes can include:

  • Connecting to third-party data, such as credit bureaus or verification providers.
  • Running automated eligibility, underwriting or verification decisions.


Use this feature for integrations and decision processes. For simple calculations, use calculated variables.

Once a decision strategy has been set up by your platform administrator, you can run it using the variables (i.e. data fields) stored on the application as inputs. The variables generated as outputs will be automatically saved back to the application. This lets you easily automate integrations and complex decision processes.


How To Run Decisions & Integrations

To run a decision and/or integration:

  • Navigate to the application's "Decision Engine" tab.
  • Click the "Run Decision" button.
  • Select the decision strategy you want to run.
  • Provide a name for the decision (optional).
  • Click the "Run Decision" button.

Please note that only decision strategies in the "Active" status can be run for an application. If you want to test inactive decision strategies for testing purposes, you can do so from within the decision strategy.


Data integrations can be run within decision processes in the DigiFi platform!

The decision strategy will run using the application data and you'll be redirected to a page that displays the decision results. These results will also be automatically saved to the application.

How To Analyze Decision Results

The results of a decision can be found by clicking on the decision in the table, and include:

  • Decision overview information ("Strategy Name", "Strategy Status", "Execution Time", etc.).
  • Processing details (decision result, decline reasons, errors, detailed module results).
  • The input variables to the decision.
  • The output variables from the decision.