Capture your business application logic

A browser-based view of the business logic within your application


Business Rule Manager™ enables IT teams to discover hidden business logic that drives application behavior. By capturing these business rules, analysts and managers can ensure these systems operate as expected or as governed by regulation or industry. Development teams can also extend the value of proven business rules by reusing them within a web or services-driven architecture. Business Rule Manager is a module within the market-leading Enterprise Analyzer platform.

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  • Automated logic discovery
  • 50% faster than manual approaches
  • Reuse proven business logic
  • Regain and maintain control over business behavior
  • Insight into complex system processes

Extensive assessment capabilities

Business Rule Manager provides extensive assessment capabilities that locate business logic within application code. Analysts can quickly organize and document the logic, providing insight into how applications truly support business processes. Additionally, the tool retains current links between rules and code, enabling teams to efficiently update and reuse proven business logic.

Regain control over application behavior

The applications that run business contain thousands of proven business rules; controlling how these applications behave demands an understanding of this logic. Using Business Rule Manager, development teams can recapture the business logic buried within their existing applications.

Automated capture of system information

Business Rule Manager accelerates the discovery of hidden logic by up to 50% compared to manual approaches. This ensures that analysts and managers can quickly understand business rules and learn how they are sequenced and organized within application code, regaining control over the business behavior of even complex IT systems.

Accelerate development projects through code reuse

Business Rule Manager creates a single, browser-accessible knowledge base of an organization’s business logic, so analysts can better communicate change requests to development teams. Developers know where to make changes in applications and can reuse proven logic, even in a Web services or business rule engine model.