Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2006
YASU Technologies, a provider of innovative cross-platform business rules management solutions for Java/J2EE and .NET technologies, has announced that it will showcase its Rule Tracking and Categorization technologies at the Business Rules Forum this year.
Rule tracking allows business rules to be linked to the documents that they were derived from, enabling enterprises to understand why a particular business rule was implemented by checking the source document(s) directly from the QuickRules BRMS toolset itself.
The QuickRules BRMS also allows business rules to be categorized based on user-defined categories. This is expected to increase the manage-ability of the business rules by assigning them to respective owners or categorizing them by functionality.
The addition of these features to the QuickRules BRMS toolset presents a strong case towards the product becoming a single point of contact for all rule management functions, including tracking, capture, design, development, deployment, execution, and governance. According to Satish Madhira, CEO of YASU Technologies, enterprises will benefit by not having to search through multiple sources to find out why some rules were implemented in a particular manner.
About YASU Technologies
YASU is a pioneer in the enterprise business rules management solutions space addressing the needs for analysis and simulation as well as inter-operability between Java/J2EE and .NET as part of its complete business rules lifecycle offering. The QuickRules BRMS has been used by 130+ customers, and has 30+ partners -- it has closely monitored by analyst firms across the world. For more information, visit: http://www.yasutech.com/products
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