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April 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ILOG(R) today announced that it has been named a market leader in the April 2008 report "The Forrester Wave(TM): Business Rules Platforms, Q2 2008" in all categories where ILOG products were evaluated.
DoD Components will also plan for a January 1, 2005, implementation of the passive RFID business rules.
Business rules, as described here, represent the business logic created by company management, industry regulatory boards and the government.
Business rules represent, in a readable and easy to modify format, the hundreds or even thousands of business policies that drive business processes - from customer, supplier and partner agreements to operations procedures.
As a result, organizations can focus on creating only those data quality business rules that are unique to their business and environment, saving valuable time and resources.
Forrester, a leading independent technology research firm, evaluated 13 platforms from 11 vendors using 175 different criteria that organizations consider when selecting a Business Rules Management System.
Once verified and tested, the business rules are automatically deployed as Web Services, enabling standards-based integration to automate decision steps across corporate processes and applications.
By memorandum, dated April 14, 2003 (attached), I directed the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) to proceed with a time-phased implementation of changes in business rules to limit government source inspections for contracts valued below $250,000.
Hendrick's session will bring together IDC research regarding key metrics, opportunities, and issues driving the business rules and EDM market and their implication for business process optimization.
Over 1000 global corporations and more than 300 leading software vendors rely on ILOG's business rules, optimization and visualization technologies to achieve dramatic returns on investment, create market-defining products and services, and sharpen their competitive edge.
Corticon Technologies, the leader in model-driven Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS), today announced the immediate availability of the Corticon Business Rules Management Foundation (Corticon Foundation) a flexible and powerful new platform to embed Corticon's market leading Business Rules Management capabilities into any enterprise application.
The partnership provides organizations with a comprehensive, standardized approach to planning, defining and implementing business rules in their software applications.