Leading companies around the world rely ACTICO Rules to increase agility and reduce time to market. They use our rules technology to decouple business logic from IT release cycles and enable business users to change business rules and decision logic flexibly. With its unique graphical approach, ACTICO Rules has proven its worth in more than 650 successful projects.
"ACTICO Rules allows us to quickly and flexibly model rules without programming skills."
Director Wealth Management
"Now we save a lot of time and complete the roll-out of a new version within days or even hours."
Credit Risk Manager
"ACTICO provided us with software that enabled us to be proactive and not just reactive."
"I like the fact that, thanks to ACTICO Rules, business logic can be used so flexibly."
Business policy rules typically change more frequently than processes. By separating rules from processes and applications, companies ensure a quick time to market for changes.
Severe weather frequently results in an instant increase of property damages. In order to handle the risen number of claims, insurers need to adapt their processes quickly, e.g. by simplifying approval levels.
Business rules are the basis for corporate-wide decision management. Operational decisions are automated, maintained and optimized through BRM.
Loan origination can be complex and highly depends on frequently changing policies. BRM implements the required decision logic and ensures fast and consistent decisions in an audit-proof way.
Business departments apply BRM to a wide range of application scenarios. That's why BRM has to be intuitive and easily accessible for business users.
Banks need to protect clients against investments that do not comply with their risk profile, knowledge or experience. Business users can easily translate suitability regulations and policies into business rules.
Business and IT professionals execute all steps in the life cycle of business rules with intuitive graphical tools and components that you can individually combine and integrate.
Business users visualize and implement their knowledge intuitively via expressive rules. They test, simulate and analyze their rules for
Business and IT collaboratively organize, version, reuse and deploy business rules. Users and teams can be assigned roles, permissions and access to rules.
Rules can be executed in batch jobs, as web-services or integrated in a Java application. Execution statistics and monitoring enable full traceability.