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[On-Demand Webinar] Rules Without Limits: Unleashing Business Applications with Business Rules Engines

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[On-Demand Webinar] Rules Without Limits: Unleashing Business Applications with Business Rules Engines

Learn how business rules engines fit into modern application development approaches and choices and how they help applications stay current with the market.

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Business Rules Engines are the unsung heroes of today’s business applications. From determining eligibility and compliance to claims processing, case management and underwriting, BRMS has been used by businesses of all sizes to facilitate IT productivity and collaboration with internal and external business partners. Business rules engines can be found in many industries such as financial services, insurance, healthcare, government and others where it is imperative to respond quickly to market and/or regulatory changes.

Watch this on-demand webinar to find out how a business rules engine can be an invaluable ingredient in your new applications. You'll also learn:

  • How business rules engines fit into modern application development approaches and choices
  • How using a business rules engine can help applications stay current with changing market conditions, complex regulations and customer demands
  • How Progress Corticon’s business rules engine can create adaptive and reusable business rule flows, engage business users and impact business immediately

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java ,progress ,corticon ,brms

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