The Power For Business To Automate
Explainable, AI-powered automation that delights customers and improves business outcomes by combining decisioning, machine learning and process automation – without code.
The InRule Intelligence Automation Platform brings together a singular combination of three dynamic, no-code automation capabilities: decisioning, machine learning and process automation.
Decide confidently. No-code decision automation empowers business users to create, test and deploy complex business rules and logic.
Predict better by knowing more. Machine learning provides actionable insights to act immediately and plan effectively.
In Control With InRule
Making automation accessible is at the heart of everything we do. We put the power of wholistic automation directly in the hands of business users and subject matter experts. Over half of our users are non-technical. Our intelligence automation platform enables organizations to predict, decide and process faster, cheaper and more accurately. The result? Greater productivity, increased revenue, and exceptional business outcomes.
InRule Empowers Industry Leaders
Our user community is comprised of some of the largest public and private sector enterprises around the world. We are proud to empower these organizations with the tools needed to unlock the power of computing without the complexity of programming. We’d love to do the same for your organization.
InRule for Financial Services
InRule provides financial services organizations around the world with unparalleled agility to respond to and take advantage of changing market conditions and requirements.
In fact, according to Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data, more than half of mortgages originated in the U.S. are powered by InRule.
Inrule empowers empower financial services firms to enhance the outcomes of critical processes including:
- Product eligibility
- Loan origination
- Credit scoring
- Fraud and money laundering detection
- Data validation
- Cross-sell and upsell
- Customer self-service
A top US bank used InRule to enable their credit risk analysts to configure new scorecards and revise existing ones, taking 60%-70% of initial programming out of the cycle time, reducing ongoing IT maintenance and significantly enhancing speed to market. Choosing InRule over coding logic has saved our customers an average of $1,485,150 per deployment.
InRule for Public Sector
InRule helps government agencies around the world put policy into practice. Using InRule, the people who understand policy are empowered to easily create and update rules and logic in applications as policy changes. InRule makes it easy to more quickly meet the demands of new mandates and regulations, enhances transparency and auditability, and reduces cost. Read more about Policy to Practice®, our initiative to enable real-time policy alignment with IT systems in practice.
InRule has made a real, measurable impact with dozens of public agencies at the national, state and local levels, including:
- Health and Human Services
- Motor Vehicles
- Retirement and Pensions
- Workforce and Employment Services
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InRule for Healthcare
InRule Technology helps healthcare organizations around the world make better, more informed decisions that improve outcomes, grow revenues, and reduce costs and liability.
The InRule Decision Platform empowers key staff to write, change and test rules that were once buried in code. This means smarter decisions about products, care, and claims—at the pace the market demands. And because InRule manages this complex logic outside of code, it can also be shared and managed across applications and platforms, ensuring consistent decision-making throughout the enterprise.
In addition to helping healthcare organizations ensure their decisions comply with complex policies and regulations, we take our commitment to security seriously. In fact, both the InRule Decision Platform and our machine learning platform, xAI Workbench, are HIPAA, SOC 2 Type II and SOC 3 compliant. Visit our security page to learn more.
InRule has made a real, measurable impact with dozens of healthcare agencies at the national, state and local levels, including:
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InRule for Insurance
For more than fifteen years InRule has empowered insurance companies to automate decisions for a faster time to market, lower costs and greater customer satisfaction.
By enabling technical and non-technical users to change rules and calculations in applications without programming, InRule makes it easy to leverage more of your employees’ expertise in your industry and systems. By empowering actuaries, underwriters and other subject matter experts to manage the logic they understand best, InRule helps insurance companies streamline processes, reduce costs and maintain (or gain) a competitive advantage.
InRule has made a real, measurable impact with dozens of insurance agencies at the national. Learn more about:
- Digital Insurance: Serving the Customer in a Post-Covid World
- Decision Platforms and Ratings Engines in Specialty Insurance
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The Experts Trust InRule
At InRule, we’re passionate about helping enterprises increase productivity, grow revenue and enhance customer service. See what some of our customers have to say about automating mission-critical business decisions with InRule.
“It would have taken a developer 6-9 months to do what we did in 6 weeks using InRule. More significantly, we can make changes on the fly as needed.”
Business Process/Claims Manager, Embrace Pet Insurance
“InRule has made timecomp more efficient and accurate by making it easy for our teams to write and manage rules. It’s been a big win for us.”
State of Michigan Dept. of Technology Management & Budget
“Decision logic examining the number of purchases by a panel member could take 6 weeks to change before, now we can make changes within a day.”
Global Development Director, Kantar Worldpanel