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A Business Rules Management System (BRMS) is a technology system used to capture decision logic as a business rule, which is then automated across applications. Instead of embedding rules as code within multiple applications, with a BRMS, the rules are externalized and managed away from application code. This enables the logic to be leveraged by multiple applications and changed independently from the governing applications.
A BRMS empowers companies to define and maintain the rules guiding a system’s decision workflow to determine what actions are enabled in any given circumstance. With logic outside the programming code, these systems deliver a profound boost to business agility, productivity and logic accuracy—and in so doing, deliver reliable cost savings and faster rules changes when necessary.
A BRMS like Progress® Corticon® delivers a number of key benefits:
Rules—in some form or fashion—govern every vertical, sector and industry, so it’s not surprising that there are strong application scenarios for a BRMS in nearly every enterprise. This includes:
Empower your company with smart business rules that are automated, not coded
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