Business rules come in many styles. FlowWright has 2 methods of defining and using them within a process. To keep it simple one is internal to the process and the other is external to the process.
Business rules can be designed graphically using decision steps strung together within a process. Once a process executes, its very easy to view the execution, and the decisions made by the process using rules. This is considered internal to the process, where the business rules live within the process itself.
If you have complex rules and want to share these rules with many processes, then you can use decision tables in FlowWright. Decision tables let you define any number of inputs and outputs; and any number of expressions. These decision tables can be used within any process using the "Evaluate decision table" step. Based on the input values fed to the decision table, it is able to provide the outputs based on the defined rules. Decision tables are external to the process, but all the rules are in one place to maintain and share.
Most business rules management software doesn't provide many choices to process business rules, but FlowWright lets you decide how you want to implement business rules, graphical way or the decision table way. Do it your way!
When it comes to Rules Engine Software, there are many choices on the market. But don't forget what you really need for processing business rules, Automated workflow processes. Let digital processes make decisions based on rules that you have defined, so that you can focus on your business.