John Dixon and I are writing research on Business Rules functionality delivered as a service in a “Platform as a Service” model. It’s a rare bird today. Demand for pure BRM-aaS? Not sure. BR functionality is often bundled with other functionality (e.g., BPM) and if you’re going to the cloud, why wouldn’t you go with the whole enchilada? Thoughts welcomed. “Is there interest in pure rule functionality delivered as a platform service, or is the interest only niche?”
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