Pegasystems has released a new version of PegaRules Process Commander, software designed to help companies improve their business processes management.
The product extends best practices throughout a company in the form of automated business rules. The system contains a rules-based engine that gathers relevant criteria and data and helps to resolve work by automating previously manual tasks.
Based on Java and XML architecture, PegaRules Process Commander 3.2 includes a range of new declarative rules, easy-to-use forms and a patented rules engine.
The solution integrates with existing infrstructure and applications and can implement and change business decisions in real time.
Paul McNulty, vice president, PegaRules, says "The newest version of process commander incorporates a rich new set of rule types, along with flexible, ease-of-use BPM features for both business users and developers."
Verson 3.2 of the product supports an extended range of platforms, including Sun Solaris Version 8 and 9, Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Professional, AIX Version 5.1. It supports applications services such as IBM's WebSphere and BEA's WebLogic and complies with standard Web Services protocols.