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Simulating Next-Best-Action configuration changes

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Updated on March 25, 2022

To ensure that Next-Best-Action Designer configuration is correct, configure and run persona tests and simulation counts. With persona tests, you can check that you are getting the expected results for a specific user persona, and in this way validate your engagement policies and arbitration settings. After using a persona test to ensure that your engagement policies and arbitration are correct and give the expected results, run a simulation count to understand how many customers meet your specific engagement policies.

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In addition to manually running these tests, Pega Customer Decision Hub automatically adds all persona tests to a suite of tests, which you can use to manage regression testing for your application.
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