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Better Living through Continuous Improvement

Jeff Key | 1/28/2014

InRule's Jeff Key shares his thoughts on continuous improvement for teams and provides examples of how he and his colleagues work together to enhance their group's contributions. Read More

Transparency and Execution

Loren Goodman | 1/21/2014

Loren Goodman writes about the power of transparency in communications in this week’s blog. From something as simple as knowing when the coffee was brewed to something as complex as patient care, transparency empowers. Read More

Insurance Claims Adjudication and Business Rule Engine

John Hauppa | 1/14/2014

One of the most complex processes in Insurance is claims processing, or “claims adjudication." John Hauppa describes how the claims adjudication step often needs the highest number of permutations of business logic as rules are applied across lines of business, geographic locations, various providers, clients, and policy benefits. Read More

Team Theory meets Agile/Scrum Practice

Jim Wray | 1/6/2014

Agile Product Owner Jim Wray writes about leadership, management, and tips to make product teams work more effectively. Read More

Now We're Talking the Same Language

Mike Grucella | 12/10/2013

Mike Grucella talks about a cool InRule feature: Vocabulary, an interesting option for customizing your business rules to conform to your industry-specific language and terminology. Read More

Shout Out from BBC Vegas 2013

Mark Lonsway | 11/18/2013

Mark Lonsway provides highlights from this year's Building Business Capability conference (formerly Business Rules Forum) at the expansive Mandalay Bay in scenic Las Vegas. Read More

Tool Oriented Development

Loren Goodman | 11/13/2013

Loren Goodman describes his vision for Tool Oriented Development, an approach to software development where the focus is on the creation of tools that are used to generate portions of a solution’s code base. Read More

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013: PBL

Jim Wray | 10/31/2013

Jim Wray talks about a new feature in Microsoft CRM 2013, portable business logic (PBL) -- also known as Business Rules-- and when a customer should use it and when they should not. Read More

Enterprise Batch Processing with Business Rule Engines

John Hauppa | 10/28/2013

John Hauppa describes that while marketing emphasis tends to focus on flashy user interfaces and buzz words, he's finding that many clients are using InRule to perform complex calculations and decision-making using heavy, back-end, batch processing. Read More