An Enterprise Logic Infrastructure is a rule oriented architecture that enables business logic to be managed outside application code and accessed across applications and processes. Central and granular management of the logic, including versioning, check-in/out, and role-based security is essential.
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Business Rule Technology allows business logic to be managed outside code and accessed by multiple applications. With the increasing need of customers to manage business rules across multiple processes and applications, the requirement for an Enterprise Logic Infrastructure increases.
A flexible Enterprise Logic Infrastructure allows decision‐making logic to be called natively from applications or across platforms as a service. By incorporating a business rule engine and often being SOA-based, Enterprise Logic Infrastructures enable more consistent, transparent, and automated decision‐making across multiple business processes and applications.
Central maintenance and change control ensures compliance with regulations and corporate governance policies. And putting ownership of the logic in the hands of SMEs ensures the accuracy and timeliness of rule changes, while reducing application maintenance backlogs and their associated costs.