Decision Tables are at the core of our automated decision making. They are very easy to work with and offer a variety of functions that our users need.
Decision Trees are our newest kind of rule. They are perfect for simple rules based on successive conditional decisions.
Multiple rules can be combined using Rule Flows. This allows you to build more complex decision making processes by dragging and dropping.
Our solution is for everybody. Unless you want to build very complex solutions, you do not need any programming skills.
DecisionRules is a secure and scalable cloud based solution that can be adopted with minimum investment.
Multiple users can share, edit and view their rules within Spaces. The admin can assign permissions to users.
Your progress is safe with us. Any rule can be easily cloned and later recovered. Both with a single click.
Choose how you work. Decision Tables can be exported to Excel or Google Sheets, edited and imported back.
Integrating DecisionRules with your technological stack is easy. You can use our ready made SDKs, Sample Projects or REST API. See Integrations
The Management API is a secure REST API that provides read and write access to all your rules and Spaces. See Documentation
DecisionRules offers fast resolution of rules across the globe and bullet proof resistance to outages.
We are ready to handle both your frontend and backend systems integration.
If your system uses asynchronous message processing, you can make your calls to the Rule Solver asynchronous.
You can define variables in rule settings and use them within the rule to quickly adapt to changes in the decision logic.
To keep rules organized, decorate them with custom tags. Tags can be used to filter your rules and access them in seconds.
Every rule can be tested right inside the editor's test bench. This boosts productivity and prevents mistakes.
Our clients were missing the possibility to export and import Decision Tables in CSV format. We have quickly added this feature.
Compare different tables and scripts or their versions to each other to see what's changed.
It is possible to use single sign-on with an authentication provider, both in the Cloud or in the On-Premise app.