InRule® for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM Supports Complex Business Logic for CRM Applications
InRule Technology is demonstrating InRule®for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM this week at eXtremeCRM, the premier event dedicated to best practices and strategies for organizations using Microsoft Dynamics CRM. InRule for Microsoft Dynamics CRMsupports complex business logic for CRM applications, with capabilities designed for real-world scenarios for large and small organizations, including eligibility, pricing, upsell and cross-sell, and lead routing. InRule for Microsoft Dynamics CRM offers much more than the out-of-the-box capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 because it supports more than basic requirements like hiding and showing fields on the user interface, form validations and setting values.
InRule for Microsoft Dynamics CRM has more than 225 built-in functions, including user-defined functions. Its capabilities include:
- Complex conditional logic and calculations
- Business language authoring
- Decision tables
- Rule flow and versioning
- Testing, debugging and tracing with CRM data
“InRule User Community Members report an average savings of $488,059 versus hard codingii , and with InRule for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, changes can be made to systems faster, improving time to market and reducing implementation and maintenance efforts by 20 percent, earning IT departments one day per week,” said Rik Chomko, InRule Technology Chief Operating Officer. “That means InRule for Microsoft Dynamics CRM empowers an organization’s experts to make an impact when it comes to CRM applications and better respond to changing markets.”
About InRule Technology A Microsoft Certified Gold Partner, InRule Technology has been delivering InRule, the premier .NET Business Rule Management System for the Microsoft platform since 2002. InRule Technology helps you turn your rules into measureable IT and business results by making it easy to align the logic of core applications with ever-changing marketplace and customer needs. InRule Technology is trusted by hundreds of organizations for mission-critical and customer-facing applications.
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iPatent Pending USPTO
iiSavings as reported in the 2013 InRule User Community Member survey.