Bratislava, Slovakia, March 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- One example of applying the flexible rules engine could be to create rules for monitoring and alerting of invoice amounts within a procurement process. Business users themselves can set up two rules. If the invoice is more than EUR 1000 a warning is sent to the Procurement manager. If the company that sent the invoice is blacklisted, a warning to the Financial Controller is sent automatically.
System integrators and software vendors can now provide professional services to their customers writing domain specific rules. This can be offered as a tailor-made software package that can be further adjusted within a few moments. Business users can configure rules in a rules engine without any needs for programming skills since a specific domain language is used. Once the ERP system receives an invoice, it can call a simple URL, passing the particular parameters about the invoice, these parameters are elaborated by the rule engine and each time conditions mentioned above are satisfied, a message is pushed to mobile device with all needed information. The user can immediately follow up on it.
The rule engine is generic and it can be configured with any rules. A simple component could be used for any kind of business where a quick alert and follow up are needed or even crucial. “The added value is most visible when dealing with fraud management, monitoring systems of applications, meetings/events management and many more,” says Federico Sensi, product manager at enprovia.
The solution can be tailored according to individual needs of its business users.