Corticon Shows Business Transformation Potential of Dialogs, The First Intelligent Interactions Platform, at April 23 Webinar

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Corticon offers special pricing on patent-pending Dialogs, the premier platform for creating and managing engaging self-service web applications.

Corticon Technologies, Inc. (http://www.corticon.com), the leader in model-driven Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS), today announced special pricing for, and an educational webinar about, its patent-pending Corticon DialogsTM solution.

Together with Corticon's Business Rules Management System (BRMS), Dialogs brings unprecedented speed and business control to the creation and management of intelligent interactions, typically manifested in web-based self-service applications. Corticon enables organizations to produce much more intelligent and engaging interactions between people and systems because business domain experts are fully empowered to define the questions, web pages and all of the logic that makes an information exchange intelligent, situation-relevant and personalized. And like Corticon BRMS, Corticon Dialogs is model-driven, so there is no programming. The result is a uniquely compelling user experience, produced and maintained with a fraction of the resources and in a fraction of the time required to build comparable but less engaging, forms-based solutions.

Corticon Dialogs has the power to transform businesses, and delivers ROIs that can easily surpass 10x for a broad range of applications including:

  •     Web-based sales of complex products - Dialogs is an effective solution to web-enable sales for such diverse products as individual health insurance, commercial and personal lending, and build-to-order manufacturing
  •     Call center guidance and automation - Dialogs enables organizations to capture and deliver best practices either directly to customers as self-service applications, or to guide call center agents
  •     Knowledge worker enablement - Using Dialogs, companies can exploit tribal knowledge by consistently and automatically applying best practices across the organization

With such a breakthrough technology, seeing is often a precursor to believing. To this end Corticon is hosting a free demonstration-centric webinar for North American audiences on April 23, 2009. Corticon will demonstrate examples of Dialogs applications, and how they're built. Come see with your own eyes how to build engaging web-based self-service applications in record time and with unprecedented ease. To view the Corticon Dialogs webinar, register here or visit http://www.corticon.com .

Corticon is also pleased to announce a special, limited-time pricing promotion of Corticon Dialogs. For purchases of the Dialogs Solution Pack on or before May 31, 2009, Corticon will offer a 37.5% discount off list price. As an additional bonus, purchases of the Dialogs Solution Pack on or before May 1, 2009 will include one free training class for up to 5 students (additional savings of $2,500).

About Corticon Technologies:
Corticon Technologies, Inc. delivers software solutions that unleash "The Power of DecisionsTM", helping organizations achieve unprecedented automation, agility and control of operational decision-making tasks. Many of the world's most successful organizations rely on Corticon's Business Rules Management System (BRMS) to discover, model, execute and improve their operational decisions in areas such as claims adjudication, underwriting, order processing, diagnostics, compliance and audit.

Corticon is a privately held company headquartered in Redwood City, California, with European headquarters in the Netherlands, worldwide distribution via regional offices and an extensive partner network. Recognized as a leading BRMS vendor by industry analysts and thought leaders, Corticon's products are in use today at many of the world's largest banks, insurance companies, media companies, telecommunication providers and government organizations, collectively automating millions of decisions per day.

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