Maintaining table definitions, connections and business rules can be a challenge as they are often small but critical details. Hard coding them in every program only increases the maintenance burden and can likely introduce inconsistencies if you do not organize it properly.
Keeping all your data in a Rules Engine instead of each individual application makes finding the right information easier and saves you many hours of work. There is also greater architectural advantage in store.
You can define rules easily with No-Code Rule Editor and with ease of understanding, so you’re able to coordinate changes without issue. Plus, the rules engine oversees rule enforcement.
The GEMS include a business Rules Engine with No-Code Rule Editor as part of its solution.
- It takes the onus off programmers through its user interface.
- Benefits include reduced risk and complexity and lower cost of developing new business rules.