ProcessMaker Announces New Partnership with OpenRules for Decision Management and Business Rules
ProcessMaker, a leader in low-code business process management (BPM) announces a new partnership with OpenRules, an open-source business rule and decision management engine. The partnership allows users to add high performance decision management to applications built with ProcessMaker. This new partnership unlocks a powerful new level of sophistication for process and workflow designers around the globe.
Global data grew by nearly 100% per year for the past 5 years and shows no signs of slowing down. More and more companies are taking advantage of big data sets to generate business process applications that are smarter than before. To build these intelligent business process applications, organizations need a combination of decision rules management and low-code business process management.
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Thanks to the new OpenRules on-demand AWS based decision rules service, complex decision rules can now be added to create decision tasks in ProcessMaker without having to purchase or configure additional software. Simply add your decision rules service to your ProcessMaker workflow, and it works.
According to industry analysts by 2023 citizen developers will outnumber professional developers by 4:1. Now both low-code process applications and the decision rules tables can be developed by a business analyst with no programming experience.
“OpenRules is recognized as the clear leader in decision systems in the world today,” said Brian Reale, Founder and CEO of ProcessMaker. “But besides its sheer power, we loved the fact that OpenRules decision tables can be built in Excel and then uploaded to AWS with the click of a button. There is no software to install or manage, and it works natively in ProcessMaker. You just can’t beat that.”
“ProcessMaker represents a new breed of low-code process based systems,” explained Dr. Jacob Feldman, Founder & CTO of OpenRules. “Their design is simpler and more intuitive than other low-code iBPMs systems yet they still focus on the types of complex business problems where decision management is essential. Their focus on API-based native cloud makes them a natural partner for OpenRules.”