Changing Gears in Application Development

Mike Grucella | 9/3/2013

Mike Grucella explores Chicago's new bikeshare program, Divvy, and draws parallels between bike sharing programs and Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS). Read More

CRM is for Lovers: Four Ways to Make Sales Love CRM

Jim Wray | 8/21/2013

This is Jim Wray's second post in a three-part series about resolving hate for CRM. Wray presents a solution for CRM aversion: make the system work for the users instead of against them. Read More

The Old Switcheroo: Transform CRM from Stick to Carrot

Jim Wray | 8/12/2013

This follow-up post from Jim Wray details how to improve the effectiveness of your CRM implementation through evangelization. Read More

Why People Hate CRM

Jim Wray | 8/5/2013

Jim Wray, Director of Product Management, writes about what many of us have experienced... why people hate CRM... Read More

Speed of Rule Trust

Mark Lonsway | 7/30/2013

Mark Lonsway, SVP of Services, talks about TRUST as an essential ingredient in any application project. Trust in team members and trust in new technology. Read More

Business Rules, Dynamics CRM Online and a Custom Azure Web Service

John Hauppa | 7/15/2013

InRule Technology Services Director of Architecture Strategy John Hauppa writes about a recent client engagement with a requirement to manage insurance quotations using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, Azure and InRule. Read More

The Magic of Self Service Application

Loren Goodman | 7/8/2013

Loren Goodman, InRule Technology CTO starts every presentation with the adage: “If you give a person a fish, you feed them for a day. If you teach a person to fish, you feed them for a lifetime.” That is the essence of self-service. Loren describes his vision for self-service applications. Read More

D'oh! Applications Should Be Smart

Rik Chomko | 6/5/2013

As hard we might try to identify the specific behavior of an application up front, we just can't. But we can make applications smarter by building in the ability up front to change the behavior that that drives them. And save ourselves and our customers from those D'oh! moments. Read More