By simplifying and personalizing the rule authoring experience with a Microsoft Office-like user experience and an easier way to create custom authoring environments, InRule makes it easier for business users to author and manage the decision logic that supports their core activities and processes.
• Business Rule Authoring As Familiar and Comfortable as Microsoft® Word and Outlook • inRule’s easy authoring interface and intuitive navigation include: • A look and feel similar to Microsoft Office applications including a ribbon bar, quick access toolbar, and an Outlook-style navigation bar. The Microsoft Office-like user experience provides familiar, consistent and predictable behavior. • Bookmarks, frequently-used lists, advanced finds and saved finds make navigation and editing easier for all business rule authors so they spend less time navigating and more time authoring and maintaining rules. • Rule authors see everything they need and nothing they don’t: developer-oriented rule elements can be hidden from less technical rule authors, shielding business users from unnecessary complexity. • A customizable Navigation Panel groups rule definition elements for easy access
InRule supports a spectrum of business rule authors – from subject matter experts to business analysts to developers — who can more easily write sophisticated business rules and complex calculations without costly custom programming. Improved business decision management results from an integrated approach to authoring, storing, managing and executing rules.
Because InRule puts business rule authoring in the hands of business users, subject matter experts can easily write sophisticated business rules and complex calculations without costly custom programming. Business users can then update rules without programming changes to the application. Decision logic is managed as an enterprise asset, outside of code so that it can be managed by subject matter experts, allowing developers to focus on coding new functionality, rather than updating decision logic.