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Business Rules Management - What's Changed?

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Open Rules Inc release new version of their open source rules engine

OpenRules Inc. announced on December 10th the release of a new version (6.2.6) of their open source rules engine - OpenRules.
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Blue Prism

Blue Prism is a UK company who started life offering consultancy around process automation to the finance sector.
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OpenRules release new version

OpenRules Inc have released a new version (Release 6.2.2) of their open source Business Decision Management System.
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Progress make another acquisition foray into the Process market

Progress Software Corporation announced on December 5th that it has completed the acquisition of Corticon Technologies, Inc
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Bosch complete acquisition of Inubit AG

The Bosch Group announced that they had completed the acquisition of Inubit AG on October 24th
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Bosch plans acquisition of inubit AG

Bosch plan acquistion of BRMS vendor - inubit AG
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Event, Decision (Rule), Process – The Anatomy of Event Driven processing

When you look under the covers of an organisation what you find is that every process is started by an event.
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IBM to acquire ILOG

On July 28th 2008, IBM and ILOG announced that they had signed an agreement regarding to the proposed acquisition of ILOG by IBM.
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ILOG – pushing business rules for a heterogeneous world

In this the second of 2 articles I will look at ILOG's Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS). In the first article, I looked at ILOG the company and its product offerings.
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