Business Rules Management Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Oleskii Duritsyn says in a PegaRULES review
Team Leader at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The visualization of the business process and the collaboration aspects of the solution are its most valuable features. The solution is more user-friendly than its competition, and more visual. Its level of inference is much lower as well. View full review »
Prakash RaoShelke says in an IBM Operational Decision Manager review
Software Developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the deployment part because it is very easy to deploy. Even a businessperson or someone from a non-technical background can easily deploy it and the rules will work. The testing part for the rules is also very easy to use. As a technical user, I find it to be very user-friendly. View full review »
CEO/President
The management features, based on the server side, have worked for us. So far, the usability is great. It's also easy to set up. View full review »
Client Engagement Manager at Apex Process Consultants
First and foremost for features, what you get out-of-the box is the most valuable. There are other solutions out there on the market, and by far, ODM is the most complete. It gives you that out-of-the-box capability, is enterprise scale, and has a lot of the internal workings to handle the complex use cases that we find out there for making business decisions. Implementing regulations and business policies: There is a lot of business logic there. That is exactly what the solution will target. View full review »
Data Manager at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
It is accurate and saves us time. It is very easy to use. We have one person works on it, building our rules, and other people can jump in and help if they need to. It helps in keeping things logical and all in one place. View full review »
Shubham Vashishtha says in a FICO Blaze Advisor review
Business Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Scorecard feature adds value to the lending business by predicting the behavior of the customers. * Generating ADB files helps in not creating deployment files each time a change is made in the system. We can directly give reference of generated ADB file in a WAR folder. View full review »
reviewer895692 says in a PegaRULES review
User at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
getNext, because it removes some of the management overheads, as well as some of the inbuilt reporting capability. View full review »
Systems Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
By using ODM, we get rules to our applications, then we get those applications to go to market a lot faster. View full review »
Technical Lead at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
It's easy to build, easy to adopt for the business. Business can change those rules. I think IBM has done a good job in re-architecting the product with Decision Center as its centralized view, where the business can make changes to the rules dynamically. That's what I like most. View full review »
Developer at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
The fact that I don't have to deal with business rules, and then our business partners deal with it. I'm a developer, so I don't have to deal with that kind of stuff. I just make the code, then our business people take care of the business side. It's a great split. View full review »
Brian Schramke says in an IBM Operational Decision Manager review
Executive Director Business Process at athenahealth
Its ability to use decision tables to codify the rules and manage them better. View full review »
Architect at a energy/utilities company
It's very business friendly and rock solid. We manage business rules within this product and the benefit is that businesses can manage these rules themselves. View full review »
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