InRule® for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM

Proven. Trusted.

Empower your business users with InRule® for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM. Now, complex business rules and calculations that currently require JavaScript or code can be managed by the business people who best understand them. All while reducing the reliance on IT and programming.

For organizations that need to manage complex business logic for CRM-based applications, InRule for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM provides intuitive software to write, manage, share and execute business rules and calculations.

Familiar—and easy to use.

Our rule authoring is tightly integrated with Microsoft Dynamics® CRM. This allows for a familiar user experience familiar, and enables users to go beyond basic requirements. Now you can provide business rule technology for real-world scenarios, including:

  • Routing
  • Pricing
  • Eligibility
  • Claims Adjudication

Leverage your CRM investment.

InRule for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM allows you to leverage standard and custom entities to make it easy to write business rules against your CRM data and value lists.

Accurate. Measurable. Valuable.

With InRule for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM, changes can be made to systems more quickly and with greater accuracy, improving time to market and often reducing costs. In fact, InRule User Community Members report an average savings of $488,059* versus hard coding.

Source: 2013 InRule User Community Annual Survey

“InRule for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM enables us to deliver high quality solutions to our clients more quickly than using code. With InRule, we can configure solutions for each client, rather than having to write lots of customized code each time. Our clients benefit from solutions that are not only delivered more quickly but also are easier and more cost effective to maintain. InRule delivers a win-win for VeriPark and our clients.”

- Ozkan Erener, General Manager, VeriPark Gulf

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* Total savings calculated based on an average savings of implementation and maintenance as reported by survey respondents, calculated over a 7 year lifespan, using an 8% discount rate to compensate for the time value of money (TVM).