ILOG JRules Enables Customization and Business Process Control For Faster Business Response Times
ILOG® (NASDAQ: ILOG; Euronext: ILO, ISIN: FR0004042364) today announced that QAD, Inc., (NASDAQ: QADI), a leading provider of enterprise applications for global manufacturers, has selected ILOG JRules™, a key offering in ILOG’s Business Rule Management System (BRMS) product line, to help streamline and simplify the management of business-rules within MFG/PRO, QAD’s flagship ERP product suite. Using ILOG JRules, MFG/PRO customers in the automotive, consumer products, electronics, food and beverage, industrial and medical industries will gain a flexible and reusable business rules-based foundation that enables them to more easily customize business processes to meet the specific needs of their businesses.
Using ILOG JRules within MFG/PRO, QAD’s customers will gain direct control over the business rules deployed throughout their systems, enabling them to more easily create and amend business rules within MFG/PRO to address changing business requirements, resulting in productivity enhancements and reduced costs. In addition, ILOG JRules BRMS will work with QAD’s MFG/PRO and related modules to provide faster and more-effective demand forecasting, inventory management, as well as automate complex decision making processes.
Monika Houser | ILOG
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