It is almost 3 weeks since our last release in DecisionRules, so that's the right time for more features.
May is a time of year when nature is waking up, trees are blooming, and the weather is getting better (in central Europe). In this nice part of the year, our team is getting inspiration and creating new features that help our users be even more productive than ever before.
The first release of this month was right at the beginning, where we added a couple of small changes and one bigger one, let’s dive into them right away.
We will bring you a series of articles to show how to use DecisionRules in a real environment for real situations. In this article, we are going to operate in a corporate financial world.
DecisionRules can be used for solving several different tasks typical for financial or insurance institutions. In our case, we will focus on a general retail bank where one of the primary goals is to offer an appropriate product at the right time to the right client. In this particular example, we will use DecisionRules to solve it.
What is product offer?
We consider the product offer…
DecisionRules is designed to be your rules engine, making your day-to-day analyses and procedures easier, running your business more efficiently and smoothly. DecicionRules allows you to know what customers are eligible for certain products, which prices to apply under certain circumstances, and much more. It is a powerful tool which can make 100k decision in a minute.
After a short introduction of DecisionRules, let’s start with account setup and connecting our tool from NodeJS.
At first, we need to sign up for DecisionRules if you do not have your account already. Go to our homepage, where you press Sign Up…
Our latest release in April allows you to create more complex and advanced rules than before. However, tables are easy and simple to use. There is a disadvantage that can’t execute all the rules because of their complexity. Simpleness and convenience are key for making our tool easy and fast to deploy in our user's environment.