InRule Technology® Achieves Industry Firsts with Release of InRule® 5

Enhancements facilitate flexibility and scalability by empowering enterprises to run business rules anywhere

4/19/2016

CHICAGO – Apr. 19, 2016 – InRule Technology®, provider of InRule®, the industry-leading business rules management system (BRMS), today announced the availability of InRule 5. The latest version of the InRule BRMS introduces several significant new features to better support integration with web, mobile and cloud applications.

InRule 5 underscores the company’s strategy to empower users to author, test, manage, store and execute business rules anywhere – from the cloud, to mobile applications and on-premise. The latest version of InRule empowers customers to ‘pick a platform’ with the confidence that InRule will meet them there to help them manage the rules and calculations that power their businesses.

InRule 5 includes:

  • InRule for JavaScript: the only commercial BRMS that can execute natively in JavaScript; it packages business rules into executable JavaScript via a service to provide the flexibility to run rules on the client-side, server-side or both
  • InRule for Microsoft Azure: the first enterprise-grade BRMS with push-button deployment to Microsoft Azure, allowing developers and architects to leverage the performance elasticity of the cloud for greater agility

“We see growing industry demand for no- and low-code rule technology that allows for execution on any device and in the cloud,” said Dan Reynolds, vice president, Product Management, InRule Technology. “InRule 5 is the only BRMS to meet this demand by making it easier to run rules anywhere, giving customers unprecedented flexibility to manage their mission-critical business logic.”

InRule for JavaScript helps provide a better end-user experience in web applications and saves organizations time and money by providing an alternative to writing complex business rules and calculations in code. When used with mobile apps, InRule for JavaScript allows rules to execute when the device is disconnected, providing rich functionality to the end user regardless of connectivity. For enterprises that use Microsoft Dynamics CRM either as a CRM or as an application development platform, InRule for JavaScript allows complex business rules to be run directly in Dynamics CRM forms or in the tablet app in connected or disconnected mode.

InRule for Microsoft Azure goes beyond Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) by enabling Platform as a Service (PaaS), facilitating even greater developer productivity and utilization rates while decreasing time-to-market for applications. InRule for Microsoft Azure makes it easier than ever to integrate with Microsoft Dynamics Online, Salesforce, and other cloud-based platforms. InRule for Microsoft Azure supports Microsoft’s best practice of calling a service from CRM Online via an Azure-based service.

To see InRule for JavaScript in action, register for a May 4 webinar, Enterprise JavaScript: Three Important Architecture and Design Considerations, featuring Forrester Principal Analyst Michael Facemire.

To try InRule 5 for free, please visit: http://info.inrule.com/DownloadEvaluationRequest.html.  

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About InRule Technology®
InRule Technology® enables organizations to make faster, more effective decisions by reducing change cycles and automating business rules. IT and business personnel use InRule’s Business Rules Management System (BRMS) to easily put Policy into Practice, in hours not days, to increase productivity, grow revenues and improve customer service. More than 300 members of the InRule User Community in 21 countries rely on InRule’s rule engine to reduce development and change cycles by up to 90 percent for their core systems and customer-facing applications. InRule Technology is a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner and has been delivering significant and measurable business and IT results to customers since 2002. For more information visit www.inrule.com.

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