Business Rules

A business rule is a rule of a business, company, or corporation. It is a rule that defines or constrains some aspect of business and always resolves to either true or false. Business rules are intended to assert business structure or to control or influence the behavior of the business. Business rules describe the operations, definitions and constraints that apply to an organization. Business rules can apply to people, processes, corporate behavior and computing systems in an organization, and are put in place to help the organization achieve its goals.For example a business rule might state that no credit check is to be performed on return customers.
Posts about Business Rules
  • Find New Customers ends 2014, ready to crank up 2015

    … with 2 cardinal business rules and making them your company Bible. To get me to spend limited company money, I needed two things: Relatively inexpensive Offering lots of value potential Only two organizations measured up and I needed one more thing to deliver results – a good and reliable car, but I was driving an old 2003 Passat…

    Jeff Ogden/ Fearless Competitor- 13 readers -
  • In National-to-Local, Success Is All About Boots on the Ground

    … through a Local Service Layer, helping marketers and solution providers understand how it works and how to put it into action. Read the full series here! This series is sponsored by Surefire Social, a hyperlocal lead generation marketing technology and services company with powerful, personalized and comprehensive enterprise and SMB (small and medium business) solutions. To learn more about how Surefire Social is powering national-to-local efforts through its Local Adaptive Marketing Platform, click here. …

    Street Fight- 4 readers -
  • Creating a “Local Service Layer” — To Build or To Buy?

    … of new technologies offer marketers software that provides the business rules, analytics, and automation necessary to create a controlled, flexible and scalable national-to-local strategy. But what’s the best way to execute on that? It’s the age-old question of “build or buy.” Understanding the need for national-to-local The growth of the national…

    Street Fight- 3 readers -
  • How Big Data Can Help You Provide a Better Customer Experience

    … capture insights from a much larger pool of structured and unstructured data sources. In the past, diligent companies weeded through myriad interactions to find patterns then worked to improve those experiences, but doing so was time-consuming and left more room for human error than today's tools. Diverse data streams—Data captured from a range…

    MarketingProfsin Social- 7 readers -
  • 8 Questions To Ask Before Choosing A Tag Management System

    … comparing TMSs. Some vendors put their JavaScript library in the cloud rather than on their clients’ website, which will have site performance implications. 3. Can Your System Easily Accommodate Multiple User Groups & Permission Settings? A TMS should be an organizational tool. Consider all the different departments and types of users (now…

    Josh Dreller/ Marketing Land- 22 readers -