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A Case For Business Consumers of Information Technology Why Business Rules? White Paper
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Why Business Rules? A Case For Business Consumers of Information Technology White Paper © ILOG, March 2006 Do not duplicate without permission. ILOG, CPLEX and their respective logotypes are registered trademarks. All other company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. The material presented in this document is summary in nature, subject to change, not contractual and intended for general information only and does not constitute a representation.
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Table of Contents 1. Introduction. ............................................................................................................................. 2 2. Business Policies and Business Rules. ................................................................................ 3 3. Benefits of BRMS to Policy Managers . ................................................................................. 3 Implementing rule changes according to the business rule life cycle . ...................................... 3 Author Rules in Business Language . ........................................................................................ 5 Business Action Languages. ............................................................................................... 5 Decision Tables and Decision Trees . ................................................................................. 6 Manage rules throughout their life cycle, from creation through testing, deployment and retirement. ........................................................................................................................... 7 Rule Organization . .............................................................................................................. 7 Search 7 Versioning and Auditing . ..................................................................................................... 8 Analysis of Rules. ................................................................................................................ 8 Testing 8 Simulation . .......................................................................................................................... 9 4. What to Look F or in a BRMS . .................................................................................................. 9 5. Conclusion . .............................................................................................................................. 9 Copyright 2006 ILOG Inc. All rights reserved. Page 1
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1. Introduction To the business consumer of information systems, the relationship with the IT personnel who build and maintain those systems can be a paradoxical experience: on the one hand, a partnership with IT delivers significant productivity benefits by automating routine tasks and improving access to information. On the other, the process of building automated systems often requires freezing business policies into software systems, limiting the
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course MIST 5750 taught by Professor Bostrom during the Spring '09 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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