Managing Knowledge as Business Rules
Anca Andreescu () and
Marinela Mircea ()
Informatica Economica, 2009, vol. 13, issue 4, 63-74
In todayâ€™s business environment, it is a certainty that will manage to survive especially those organizations which are striving to adapt quickly and with low costs to the new demands of market competition. Knowledge represented by internal business rules of an organization can help crystallize their orientation in order to ensure a competitive advantage in the market. In this context and in a relatively short time, a new trend in software development has arisen, ex-tending current methods and putting a strong emphasis on business rules. This article outlines the importance of managing business rules in an organized manner using dedicated software products and furthermore presents a general prototype for a business rules repository.
Keywords: Business Rules; Management; Knowledge; Rule Engine; Repository Prototype (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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