We’ve found customers are looking more and more for a solution that includes a production rule system. In our Java practice, Drools is our production rule system of choice.
Saint Paul, MN (PRWEB) August 03, 2012
“We’ve found customers are looking more and more for a solution that includes a production rule system. In our Java practice, Drools is our production rule system of choice,” said Ryan McCabe, Intertech Partner.
Intertech’s consulting offering helps customers deploy and configure Drools, use jBPM5 to manage business processes, declare facts in XML, and use JMX to monitor knowledge. Intertech’s consultants use Guvnor in knowledge management for the model definition as well as data enumerations and rule templates.
Along with the base offering, other Drools-related services include using MySQL for the database and remote execution through the Drools REST interface.
Founded in 1991 by local entrepreneur Tom Salonek, Intertech, Inc. has grown from a one-person shop to the largest combined software developer training company and research-supported consulting firm in Minnesota. Intertech designs and develops software solutions that power Fortune 500 businesses along with teaching these and other organizations including mid-sized companies and state government.
Intertech works with NASA, Wells Fargo, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, Intel, and other major companies around the United States helping them learn and use technology. Intertech is a Microsoft Gold Partner, a Microsoft Inner Circle member, an eight time winner of the Best Places to Work in Minnesota award from the Business Journal, the #1 mid-sized firm to work for by Minnesota Business magazine, a finalist in the Wall Street Journal’s Winning Workplaces award, a multi-year winner of the Inc. 500 and the Inc. 5000 awards for company growth, a winner of the Forbes ASAP growth award, and a winner of the Minnesota Fast 50 growth award. Intertech has been featured in Inc., Forbes, Upsize magazine, the Star Tribune, the Business Journal, the Pioneer Press, the Hudson Star-Observer, Minnesota Business, and Twin Cities Business Monthly.