Tech Startup Launches Free eBook, Interceptor Rules

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Decisions, a workflow automation software company, officially announced the release of their newest eBook, Interceptor Rules. The eBook, available online at, shares how properly integrating business rules can improve business process and open doors to new methods of automation and business information system management. The book includes examples of these beneficial interceptor rules, such as medical billing applications that can stop or retrieve specific medical data before the data is passed to the next system. Interceptor Rules focuses on the types of rules that can improve the data-management functions in software and allow users to have better control of their Web 3.0 platforms, and ultimately their business.

Authors Carl Hewitt, Chief Architect of Decisions, and Kevin Lindquist, Director of Sales and Marketing at Decisions, released their eBook to acquaint businesses with some of the challenges that businesses face in implementing business rules and the unique way that rules can be implemented with Decisions. Find out more about how your business can improve by gaining better control of company data and automating costly business process. To download Interceptor Rules, visit the Decisions website.

About Decisions

Decisions is a graphically configurable workflow automation platform that gives users the ability to both create new, and enhance existing applications. The Decisions team has been working together for over a decade delivering an experience that gives more control and configuration ability to administrators. Specifically, the platform allows for the creation of applications that can be configured by non-programmers in a way that is safe, visible, and flexible. This mission has driven the Decisions team to create numerous technologies in use today at some of the world's largest and most innovative companies. For more information, visit

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