appStrategy Releases Configurable Business Rules Engine for CRM, ERP, Big Data and Legacy Platforms
WASHINGTON, DC: appStrategy, Inc. a global source for surround data integration, automation and governance software solutions, has announced the availability of appRules 2.0. The new product suite is a powerful and highly configurable business rules engine that is based on Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundation.
appRules 2.0 includes out-of-the-box action and condition categories for Data Quality, Databases, Big Data, CRM, ERP, Collaboration, Infrastructure and ERP. The system also features multi-platform Decision Tables and an integrated RuleSet Manager. Automation is a key design objective in appRules as the new business rules engine also incorporates platform and infrastructure policy-driven definitions.
“The new automation imperative necessitates that organizations take a wide-angled view when developing business rules for enterprise-wide use. Business rules engines must not only account for basic data from the normal data sources, but must also account for infrastructure, platform and other emerging areas in IoT. Business rules engines will be playing a much bigger role in how organizations utilize software solutions for operational controls.” said Greg Ozuzu, CEO of appStrategy. “appRules seamlessly connects to legacy and new data sources, platforms and infrastructure to deliver powerful decision automation capabilities.”
“Business rules solutions that target a variety of platforms and infrastructure help enterprises manage complexity, engage business owners and deliver much needed agility”, said James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions and a leading expert in how to use business rules and analytic technology to build decision management systems.
appRules is offered in specific editions for business and technical users. appRules Studio gives business users a no-code version for composing and deploying powerful business rules solutions, while appRules for Visual Studio can be utilized by technical users. The appRules development environments share the same model and allow for collaborative development of powerful business rules projects.
appRules Deployment Packages can be deployed on a corporate server or hosted on Microsoft Azure and Amazon EC2.
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