OpenRules Decision Manager Release 8.2.0

On June 15 OpenRules, Inc. released OpenRules Decision Manager 8.2.0 that summarizes major advances made in the first half of 2020 in the following areas:

  • Performance
    • New implementation led to dramatic improvements in decision model execution time (usually within milliseconds), start-up time, and memory footprint
    • New tables of the type “BigTable” execute decision tables with thousands of rules 10-100 times faster than regular decision tables
  • Ease of Installation and Configuration
  • Decision Optimization
    • OpenRules is now well-integrated with a free JavaSolver that provides a simple Java API to the off-the-shelf constraint and linear solvers
    • Decision Optimization services can be freely downloaded
  • Enhanced Rules Debugging, Testing, Tracing, and Explanation
  • Deployment
  • Flexible Pricing
  • Technical Support
    • Along with yearly Technical Support options, OpenRules, Inc. now offers free fast-support online sessions to help you to start working with OpenRules.  Upon request, an OpenRules expert will send you an invite to a remote session addressing your particular problem by studying it together with you on your own computer
    • New User Manual for Business Analysts.

You can download the latest release 8.2.0 from here. If you have any questions and/or suggestions for improvement, please post them at the Google Discussion Group or send directly to support@openrules.com.  As always, OpenRules, Inc. provides highly reliable Technical Support, consulting, and training services around its flagship product.

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