New OpenRules Release 6.4.1 with DMN Why-Analyzer

whybutton“Imagine you had a Why Button handy whenever you encountered some disconnect in day-to-day business operations. Hit the Why Button and presto – answers appear in the form of relevant business rules” – Ron Ross, 2013

The release OpenRules Release 6.4.1 introduces a new add-on called “Why-Analyzer for Decision Modeling” that provides such a Why Button for decision models created in accordance with the DMN standard. Actually it is much more than just a button but rather a graphical interface that allows business analysts to analyze the results produced by their decision models using their own test cases created directly in Excel. See a brief video and try it yourself without any downloads from here. There are several more product improvements described in the release notes. You may download the latest release and try your own decision models with OpenRules Why-Analyzer.

2016 was a very successful year for OpenRules as our product gained even more popularity among large US and international corporations and government agencies. We hope our existing and new customers will appreciate the power and user friendliness of this new release. If you have any questions and/or suggestions for improvement, please post them at the Google Discussion Group or send them to support@openrules.com. As always, OpenRules, Inc. provides technical support, consulting and training services around its flagship product.

Our team wishes you a very Happy Holiday Season and Healthy and Successful 2017!

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