Congratulations to InRule, who have released their InRule™ for Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). Theresa O'Neil, VP of Business Development at InRule, passed along this exciting information yesterday. InRule for WF provides end-users the ability to author, visualize, verify , and manage complex business rules through a business-analyst accessible user interface. Besides giving business users the ability to manage and author their own rules, the solution runs on .NET 3.0 – providing additional capabilities to .NET-based solutions and providing flexibility of use in multiple different scenarios.
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InRule Technology has announced the general availability of InRule™ for Windows Workflow Foundation. This product extends the power of Windows Workflow Foundation by providing rules technology for business logic automation: rule authoring and verification designed for business and technical users with Business Language Authoring and centralized rule management.
InRule for Windows Workflow Foundation is integrated with Visual Studio and uses the Windows Workflow Foundation rules engine. It provides advanced capabilities designed to simplify the inclusion of complex business logic and calculations in Windows Workflow Foundation applications, such as:
InRule for Windows Workflow Foundation joins InRule™, the premier business rules software for .NET, to help even more Microsoft customers automate complex business logic in a high performance environment.
To download the product data sheet, visit http://www.inrule.com/pdf/InRuleForWF.pdf To download a free 30 day trial version, register at http://www.inrule.com/Rule_Engine_Survey.aspx.
Hear customer perspectives from management and technical users who have used business rule technology to automate core business processes and exploit the power of .NET, view a replay of the informational webcast "Exploiting the Power of a .NET Rule Engine: The Final Frontier of Business Logic Automation," viewable at any time. Click here to register.
InRule Technology is a member of Microsoft's Business Process Alliance, an alliance of ISV partners focused on creating solutions that further enhance the enablement of mainstream business process management (BPM) solutions on the Microsoft platform. For more information on InRule, visit http://blogs.msdn.com/controlpanel/blogs/www.inrule.com%20 or contact Theresa O'Neil, VP Business Development firstname.lastname@example.org.