Decision Table Rules
A decision table rule accepts a number of input parameters, applies certain logical conditions to those parameters and produces a result. A sample Decision Table Rule is shown in the diagram.
Traditional if-then-else approach of defining such rules in code becomes unmanageable as the number of input parameters increase.
Business users need the ability to define such Decision Tables on the fly, using an easy to use, intuitive and mobile enabled user interface with minimal or no intervention from IT. ARM fulfils this need.
Princeton Blue’s Advanced Rules Management is easy to install, simple to configure, fully integrated with Appian, leverages the latest SAIL capability and provides an open architecture for 3rd party applications to execute the rules.
Advanced Rules Management in action
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