Red Hat Decision Manager (formerly JBoss BRMS) is a business rules management and CEP option.
Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS)
Business Rules Management Systems Overview
What is Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS)?
A business rules management system (BRMS) is used to develop, store, edit, and execute business rules. Business rules are logical statements that define the behavior and operation of a business. For example,“if a user cancels their subscription, send them an e-mail.” These rules may be written in process documents or embedded in applications. However, this implementation is prone to errors when rules are updated, scaled, or cloned.
A BRMS acts as a central repository for business rules. Decision owners and IT employees can collaborate to develop, version, and edit rules in a single-sourced environment. A BRMS helps businesses automate tasks, improve consistency, and shorten turnaround on policy changes.
BRMS vendors provide tools for developing, tracking, and editing business rules. Often, these tools support both programmers and non-programmers. Vendors also provide an engine to simulate and validate business rules before they are implemented. When business rules are completed, the BRMS deploys the rules to other platforms, allowing users to single-source their rules.
BRMS Features & Capabilities
Most vendors offering BRMS software include:
Custom development environments for creating business rules with code
Tools to develop business rules without writing code
Tools to validate business rules
Simulation environments to test new or changed business rules
Deployment of business rules to other platforms
Lifecycle and ownership management for business rules
Flexible hosting options for the platform itself
Pricing for a BRMS varies and depends heavily on the number of users. Multiple free, open-source BRMS options exist. However, users of these systems rely on community support and are responsible for their own hosting.
Other vendors may offer free trial periods followed by a monthly or yearly subscription. Subscription prices range from $50 per user per month to over $180 per user per month. The subscriptions often include hosting, technical support, training, and software updates.
Business Rules Management Products
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Drools is an open source business rules management system developed by Red Hat.
According to Agiloft, this workflow and process automation solution provides a package that is comprised of a flexible and robust data model with a powerful workflow and business rules engine that enable it to map any business structure and automate the most complex business processes — all with ...
FICO Blaze Advisor, from San Jose based FICO, is a business rules management solution.
Visual Rules BRM is a business rules management option from German company Bosch.
CA Aion Business Rules Expert, from CA Technologies, is a business rules management solution.
IBM's WebSphere Operational Decision Management (formerly ILOG JRules BRMS) is a business rules management solution, based on technology acquired with ILOG in 2008.
Progress Software, headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, offers the Progress Corticon Business Rules Engine (BRE), a business rules management option.
SAS Business Rules Manager is a business rules management option.
ParagonERP is a full-feature, cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that offers business a single platform from which to manage their day-to-day business operations. It allows business to operate the way they want to, with no massive upfront costs. With a focus on awesome user exp...
Agiloft’s Contract Lifecycle Management solution is contract management software for managing the complete contract lifecycle, streamlining the approval process, and integrating contract information into all relevant business processes.
The OpenText AppWorks Platform (formerly known as the OpenText Process Suite) supports business process management, case management, master data management, and business rules management capabilities with the ability to quickly build and rapidly deploy business applications to the cloud with a lo...
InRule Technology in Chicago, Illinois offers business rules management software.
DATUM's Information Value Management® is designed to help organizations to manage their data. According to the vendor, their solution’s methodology advocates a business-first, top-down approach while also understanding that data governance initiatives must be actionable in a traditional IT, botto...
iLeap is a low-code application development and business process management platform which empowers enterprises to build business applications rapidly, while seamlessly integrating with existing technology platforms. The vendor's value proposition is that iLeap empowers enterprise users to build ...
CNSI headquartered in Rockville offers the RuleIT business rules management engine.
GalaxE.Solutions headquartered in Somerset offers GxDash, a dependency mapping and business rules management tool for forward engineering of business processes.