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User is offline Mark Allen
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Do you use business rules? 
Modified By Adrian M.  on 11/1/2009 1:04:33 AM)

Hello everyone.  I'm one of the founders of Corticon.  We provide business rules modeling and automation software.  We specifically target our software for use by business analysts.  After almost 10 years and thousands of customers, we just made our award-winning business rules modeling tool free to the world.  This is because we know that business rules management is still a relatively unknown discipline.  Business rules are a key requirement artifact, yet are not effectively represented in most business modeling or software development methodologies.  Corticon Business Rules Modeling Studio helps you to capture your business rules as executable software models (that can be tested via an integrated rules engine). 

You can download the free Corticon Studio at  RulesWorld also contains a bunch of free sample rule models and business rules training.  No catch - this is full-featured software.  Once you see how easy it is to modely your business rules, we hope that you consider buying Corticon's other products and services to automate your business rules on an enterprise scale.

Enjoy!  Please let me know what you think.

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