OpenRules BRDMS

The Classic OpenRules BRDMS is a general purpose Business Rules and Decision Management System that allows business analysts to create, test, deploy, and maintain Executable Decision Models. The use of commonly used tools such as MS Excel and File Manager gives customers easy access to very powerful features including editing, searching, and integration capabilities.

Major Functional Components

* Enterprise-class Rules Repository
* Created and maintained by Business Analysts using Excel or Google Sheets
* Executes Business Decision Models
* Highly efficient and scalable
* Developing dynamic rules-based
* Web  Questionnaires
* Search For Multiple and Optimal Solutions
* Constraint Satisfaction
* Discovering Rules based on historical data
* Predictive Analytics
* Event Processing
* Connecting the Dots
OpenRules comes with a methodology and proven open source tools that enable business analysts to create an enterprise-level Business Rules Repository. Such a repository may be used across an enterprise as a foundation for various decision services with complex business logic.
OpenRules-based decision models are capable of recognizing their own internal structure, discovering and publishing all supporting business goals, and finally they can automatically calculate their execution paths.
Being integrated with Google Sheets®, OpenRules® supports collaborative rules and decision management

OpenRules® projects may be deployed as regular Java programs, as web services, or on cloud. They can be naturally integrated into existing software infrastructures based on Java or .NET. A very detailed documentation and multiple examples are provided.

OpenRules® makes rules-based systems not only less expensive, but more importantly, easier to develop, and manage, and more sustainable. From multi-billion corporations to children’s hospitals and innovative start-ups, OpenRules customers capitalize on their familiarity with popular tools such as MS Excel, Google Docs, and Eclipse IDE to effectively minimize their learning curve.