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Solving for Garbage in, Garbage out

In Business Rule, Data Posted
Often when we are talking with customers about FlexRule’s Process Robotics and Decision Automation they pose the problem of garbage in, garbage out. That is, what if the data we are feeding into the process and decision flow has errors in the first place? They tell us this is usually caused by their sales team […]
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Apttus’s SaaS solution adds FlexRule’s Process Robotics and Decision Automation platform

In Casestudy Posted
FlexRule is very pleased to announce that Apttus has selected our Process Robotics and Decision Automation platform to underpin their SaaS solution. Apttus, the category-defining and leading Quote-to-Cash (QTC) software provider, is constantly improving its solutions to help its customers to deliver optimised quote-to-cash revenue operations. After an extensive global search Apttus selected FlexRule’s Process […]
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Trōv selects to implement Process Robotics and Decision Automation Platform

In Casestudy Posted
Trōv selects FlexRule to implement their Process Robotics and Decision Automation Platform. FlexRule is very pleased to announce that Trōv has selected FlexRule’s Process Robotics and Decision Automation platform to continue Trōv’s global rollout of their On-Demand Personal Property Insurance offerings. Following Trōv’s $45 million Series D capital raising they are on track to expand […]
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No-code? Why a Rules Engine is not enough!

In Business Rule Posted
There is divided opinion on the value of using a Rules Engine. Being able to deliver business rules with no-code approach implemented by business users themselves is certainly an advantage. However, many of these initiatives fall short. This is because a Rules Engine on its own is not enough. The dynamic that delivers the value […]
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Rule Engine Inference

In Business Rule Posted
We get asked a lot about rule engine inference, such as “When rules execution happens in order or based on priority, then how does inference fit into this picture?” In this post, we are going to show you how rule engine inference works and how you can ask an engine to use inference capability over […]
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XBRL and Standard Business Reporting

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XBRL stands for Extensible Business Reporting Language and is an XML-based file which uses accepted financial reporting standards to exchange financial statements across all systems. According to the XBRL.org website, “The international XBRL consortium is supported by more than 600 member organisations, from both the private and public sectors”. And some of the most important features of XBRL […]
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