MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA 30TH SEPTEMBER 2018 – FlexRule, a leading provider of decision-centric automation solutions has been announced by Gartner as a Cool Vendor 2018 in Information Innovation. The company is very excited in this acknowledgement by Gartner to be part of the growing wave of Australian tech companies providing world class solutions to the global market.
To be included alongside previous Cool Vendors such as Australian based and NASDAQ listed Atlassian is very humbling. It really highlights the health and quality of the Australian technology industry and FlexRule’s place as a genuine player as part of that.
Arash Aghlara. CEO.
All businesses are in a constant state of change and uncertainty. Generally driven by market adjustments, customer demands, regulation, internal requirements and other external forces.
Businesses need to respond to these changes rapidly to outperform the competition. Their challenge is not only to focus on superior customer-centric engagement, but also the need to ensure that their investment in advanced technologies and algorithms (e.g., AI, Analytics etc.) is aligned with intended decisions that are driven from business objectives.
FlexRule is primarily selected due to its exceptional ability to address these challenges, allowing organisations to model, manage and execute “business decisions,” driven by business objectives via its decision-centric approach.
Organisations such as KPMG, MinterEllison law firm, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) and many others use FlexRule to increase business agility and provide a superior customer centric experience.
Our vision is to ensure that organisations stay on top of their business decisions. This recognition by Gartner validates the importance of our vision and helps us to engage with a wider audience, as well as enabling those clients to manage, deploy and execute business decisions efficiently and effectively using our decision-centric approach.
Arash Aghlara. CEO.
Last updated October 9th, 2019 at 11:14 am, Published October 4th, 2018 at 11:14 am