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Advice for Beginners

If you are just getting started with business rules management, rule engines, and rulebased systems, here's what you need to know:

5 minute Executive Briefings

Who are the Subject Matter Experts and Super Experts in your company?
New Power for Management
Rules for CEOs
BRE Family Tree
The Rules Revolution
Who uses business rule engines?
Who benefits from rule-based systems?
 
Do you face these challenges?
Are you really ready for business rules?
Challenges facing business today
Challenges facing IT today
 
Still not Convinced?
Rules are not for everyone
If not rules then what else instead?
Do you need Enterprise Architecture?

BIZRULES

BIZRULES helps companies get started using rules. We can help you move from the business rules idea stage to the action stage.

Our full range of training, consulting, and rule harvesting services and turnkey solutions help companies redesign and automate rules and processes.

Contact us or call 972-987-1685 to discuss your situation and how we can help.

"An exciting new technology called Business Rules is beginning to have a major positive impact on the IT industry - more precisely, on the way we develop and maintain computer applications."

C.J. Date, inventor of the relational database model that revolutionized the field of computer science

 

New Power for Management

Understanding and managing business rules is vital to the corporation. It is just as important as managing people, processes, IP, and information.

Business rules are often misunderstood and poorly managed.

Many rules remain unwritten they are known only to and retained by subject matter experts who sooner or later leave the corporation, causing brain drain. When business rules are written, they are seldom shared and reused throughout the corporation, which increases operating costs. When business rules are automated, they may not be aligned to the business strategies and policies, leading to quality problems.

In order to program business rules, programmers often rely on unclear business rule specifications that are incomplete or incorrect. Then they usually hard-wire the business rules in computer languages that only programmers can understand and change.

Because programmers are not directly involved in the day-to-day operation of the business, they often make assumptions about what the rules are and what management intended. That leads to mistakes or bugs in the programs, which requires further programming and re-programming.
 

There is a solution.

Smart corporations use advanced business rules technology and business rule management methods to take business rules out of IT and bring them back into the business. Now management can finally manage and change their business rules.

Business rules management techniques help management clearly describe and communicate business rules to employees, partners, and customers. Business rule management software helps automate the rules that should be rule-based.

Business rules improve the condition of the corporation. They prevent business mistakes and minimize risk. They solve many critical problems facing business and IT.

Business rules are like the glue that holds together all the parts of the corporation, ensuring that the automated rules align with goals and strategies.

Business rules integrate and align all the moving parts of the corporation into a cohesive enterprise architecture and operating system that works, changes, and lasts.
 

If you face any of these challenges, then you are ready to use the business rules approach and business rules technology. The opportunity to leverage rules is within reach.
 

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