Define, control, change, and deploy rules that govern critical business operations for greater agility and control. Leverage web-based business rules management system to define business policies and procedures and keep the decision logic separate from the whole application logic and makes the change in decision strategy have the least impact on the business logic. This helps automate the repeatable decisions that control the business and define an organization’s strategy.

Business Rules Management Capabilities of NewgenONE Platform

Simplified Rule and Ruleflow Creation

Creation and execution of simple to complex business rules using decision tables and if-else based logic statements

Configurable rule flow definitions for conditional execution of rules

Visual representation of ruleflows to track the flow and order of execution

Ability to add new or use pre-built functions for faster designing of business rules

Rule Management and Versioning

Customized conditions for rule application based on specific needs and priority

Version management of defined rules and rule flows for easier tracability on changes

Rule Reusability

Out-of-the-box, industry, and function-specific business rules library to speed up implementation

Reusable rule definitions that can be used across activities, processes, and business applications

Rule and ruleflow available as web service for easy integration with third-party applications

Rule Extensibility

Ability to fetch data in real-time from database tables using a dynamic picklist for improved accuracy in rule execution

Decision Model and Notations (DMN) for standardized way to model and represent business decisions in visual flows for easier understanding of stakeholders

Intelligent decision-making through predictive AI models

Rule Analysis and In-flight Changes

Ability to analyze rules before deployment to verify logical consistency

Capability to make real-time modifications based on business needs

Inflight testing, validation, and verification of business rules

Intelligent Process Automation Capabilities of NewgenONE Platform
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Frequenlty Asked Questions

Business Rules Management (BRM) is the process of managing and automating the business rules used to make decisions in an organization. Business rules are specific guidelines or criterias that help an organization make decisions on how to operate or how to respond to certain situations. For example, a rule might dictate that a customer must be notified if their payment is overdue by more than 30 days. By using BRM, organizations can store and manage their business rules in a centralized system, making it easier to ensure consistency and accuracy in the decision-making process.

A Business Rules Engine (BRE) is a software tool that is used to define, manage and execute business rules within an organization.

It is a statement that defines a specific aspect of the business and how it should operate. These rules can be used to automate decision-making processes, validate business transactions, and enforce business policies.

For example, a business rule might define how a customer’s credit rating is determined.

BREs are designed to be flexible and easily configurable so that business users can modify the rules without requiring assistance from IT staff. This allows the rules to be updated quickly in response to changes in the business environment.

It also enables non-technical users to manage and update the rules, which can be useful for organizations that have a lot of rules or need to modify them frequently.

BREs can be integrated into a wide range of applications, such as customer relationship management systems, enterprise resource planning systems, and financial systems.

Once the business rules are defined, the BRE evaluates the rules against the data that it receives, and takes appropriate action based on the outcome of the evaluation. This can include sending an alert, initiating a workflow, or updating a database. The BRE can also provide feedback on the results of the rule evaluation, which can be used to analyze and improve business processes.

In the context of insurance, businesses could leverage a BRE to automate the decision-making process for insurance claims processing. The rule engine would be programmed with the company’s business rules and policies, such as coverage limits, deductibles, and eligibility criteria. When a new insurance claim is submitted, the BRE would analyze the data provided in the claim form and determine the appropriate action to be taken based on the business rules and policies.