by ILOG, an IBM Company
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Published on: April 2008
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)
Length: 11 pages
Business agility has become a significant indication of successful information management. Because Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS) allow for greater business flexibility, they are now an essential competitive tool for businesses and government agencies alike. Organizations that lack such a system are unable to effectively author, test and manage rules. This results in policy changes that are not driven by business imperatives, but are dependent on the application development cycle, constraining change in information-intensive businesses.
This white paper details how BRMS can effectively satisfy the needs of the wide range of stakeholders involved in an automated policy management system based on business rules. Learn how to form a comprehensive foundation for building a business rule application that does not compromise the interest or needs of any stakeholder to deliver BRMS. Explore the common critical characteristics associated with business rule software applications, including:
• Reliance on many stakeholders.
• Require secure, scalable management of business rules.
• Require high-performance, scalable execution of business rules.
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