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Visual Rules 4.7: Available March 25, 2010

Immenstaad, Chicago, 03/25/2010 -

Innovations Software Technology Corp., a leading provider in the market of Business Rules Management (BRM) Platforms and Financial Industry solutions, announces the release 4.7 of Visual Rules, the premier BRM Platform. This release provides new wizards and ease-of-use functionality to further enhance the intuitive, visual modeling approach of the Visual Rules Enterprise Platform.

Business Rules Management for Agile Enterprises

Companies as Volkswagen Bank and John Deere manage their business rules with the Visual Rules Enterprise Platform for applications such as credit risk rating and machine maintenance. Visual Rules provides the capability for these companies to dynamically adapt to changing business and market requirements – by the business experts themselves.

Test Results in Focus

The new Statistics View allows you to navigate results and execution statistics of rule tests. The stats are aggregated at the test suite, rule test and individual test case levels.

Input and Output Data at a Glance

All input and output data of rule calls, fire action elements, and service calls are shown in the rule editor. Values and data structures can be edited directly.

New Wizards

When creating data elements and actions, the most important settings can be made right in the wizard. Another wizard helps you import Java methods as Visual Rules functions.

See the New & Noteworthy overview for a complete list of the new features.

Visual Rules 4.7 is now available for a free 30-day trial. If you are interested in a quick introduction, please register for a Webinar.