Enhancing BPM with Business Rules: Increase your business agility by separating management of decision logic from mechanics of business
sponsored by FICO

A business rules management system (BRMS) enables the right decisions to be made quickly, giving businesses the agility to react to changing regulations or fluctuating markets, or to modify or launch a program, such as new pricing strategies for a loan product or insurance policy.

This paper explores:

  • The differences between BRM and business process management (BPM), and why each is a separate yet complimentary discipline
  • The importance, and benefits of making changes independently to rules and process
  • What to look for in a BRMS to gain the most value
  • How to get started in implementing rules, without taxing resources or impeding other operations
  • Case studies illustrating the value businesses have seen from adding BRM to BPM
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