Business Rules Management -- New Version of Visual Rules focuses on Usability

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Innovations Softwaretechnologie today announces the release of version 3.5.1 of the Visual Rules Business Rules Management System (BRMS). It provides two powerful new functions for even more usability and flexibility in the graphical definition of business rules.

Now the user can quickly provide even very big and complex data models as basis for the modeling of the business rules. The acceleration becomes very obvious with the import of recursive Java beans. Therefore, the developer team of Visual Rules has managed to heavily reduce the memory footprint of the rule model files within the development tool -- as a strong point on the usability of the BRMS.

Additionally, the new version accomplishes a great leap forward in the flexibility of implementing actions of all kind. Therefore, Visual Rules actions are able to directly process structured Java objects -- or generally speaking any data types.

Free Evaluation Version

The new version 3.5.1 can be tested free of charge:

Visual Rules in Practice

Visual Rules is today being used by many customers across the world and represented by an international partner network. A selection of the references are the U.S. company Wyndham, offering luxury hotel & resort accommodations; the German HypoVereinsbank (part of UniCredit); Deutsche Boerse Systems; the Specialist of Asset Management Solutions Odyssey Financial Technologies (located in Luxembourg); ZafinLabs, an IT specialist for Finance Solutions located in the UAE and the Rand Merchant Bank of RSA. The range of applications includes rating of credit risks, the configuration of banking products up to causer-faire accounting of IT services according to ITIL.

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