Smarten your business process with business rules
The ability to act faster in customer interaction increases. Does this impact my IT landscape? Sure, it does. In a traditional approach, we opt for a well-oiled process. The rules of the game are also embedded in the process. Wouldn’t it be better to separate the ‘know’ from the ‘flow’? This way you can design your process smarter, make it flexible, and ultimately make the process more robust because of the ‘rules of the game’, or business rules (know), strengthen the process (flow) and provide added value for your organization.
DEMO SESSION ‘HOW TO BRING BUSINESS RULES TO PRACTICE’
DATE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2021
TIME: 10:00 – 10:30 CET
During this 30-minute demo session business rules, expert Frans-Willem Duijnhouwer will show you how to take business rules as a starting point and automate them with low-code technology in the USoft platform.
Sign up for free now to watch the last USoft webinar in this series ‘Smarten your business process with business rules’. You can find the registration form below.
Do you want to make sure your question is answered during the webinar? You can ask questions when you register, but there is also room to ask them during the live webinar.
Demo session on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 from 10:00-10:30 CET
Online, from your own workplace
Free of charge
Sign up now and get inspired during this webinar and learn more about how to apply business rules directly in your organization!
For more information, you can contact Petra Halenbeek firstname.lastname@example.org | Marketing Manager | 06 – 1299 4565
Watch the previous webinar of this series
EXPERT SESSION: ‘AUTOMATE THE ‘RULES OF THE GAME’ INSTEAD OF THE PROCESS’
Our previous webinar in this series was on Thursday, December 10th. During this 45-minute session, USoft’s CEO, Hans Canisius, and Senior Software Developer and author of the book ‘SBVR Made Easy’, Rob van Haarst, explained how to use business rules to lay a rock-solid foundation for sustainable business applications:
- How do business rules and processes complement each other?
- What do good business rules look like?
- Why are they so useful?
- How can you make software simpler, more agile, more robust by thinking in terms of business rules?