Siemens Decides on Visual Rules for Its Route Management - The Solution to Meet Railway Scheduling Challenges

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Siemens IT Solutions and Services PSE has chosen the Visual Rules Business Rules Management System (BRMS) from Innovations to implement business rules in ROMAN, the leading route management system for rail traffic. The man responsible for this project even goes a step further and recommends that everyone looking for such a system shall take a closer look at Visual Rules.

Siemens IT Solutions and Services PSE has chosen the Visual Rules Business Rules Management System (BRMS) from Innovations to implement business rules in ROMAN, the leading route management system for rail traffic. The man responsible for this project even goes a step further and recommends that everyone looking for such a system shall take a closer look at Visual Rules.

Liberalized Railway Market Requires Quick Reaction Times
The liberalization of the international railway market and EU laws have forced railway companies to adapt their business processes and rules quickly to the demands of the market in order to function competitively and respond more flexibly to customer needs.

ROMAN, the Siemens Route Management System, is the market leader because it provides answers to the challenges rail companies are facing around the world. ROMAN allows them to design their entire schedule planning process for a number of countries efficiently and flexibly. With its fully modular construction, ROMAN can be adapted quickly to each railway's specific requirements and infrastructure.

ROMAN - The Flexible Route Management System
To position themselves to meet future requirements even more rapidly, Siemens chose the Visual Rules BRMS from Innovations Software Technology. The business people model the business rules for resource management, and specifically rotational planning for locomotives and shift scheduling for traveling personnel.

Visual Rules allows ROMAN customers to separate business rules from technical application logic. The customers themselves can graphically adapt rules for scheduling crew shifts, for instance, to statutory and business demands in the different countries where they operate, and test these rules in a way that is fully traceable.

Bernard Führer, responsible for selecting BRMS for railway solutions business development, listed the reasons for going with the BRMS from Innovations: "Visual Rules was the top choice for us. Our business users felt at home with the software right away. We haven't needed a single day of training yet--even though we have already modeled complex rules. What's more, the cost-effectiveness is outstanding. I strongly suggest that everyone looking for this kind of system shall take a closer look at Visual Rules."

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