Drag. Drop. Connect. Run. Deploy. All without coding in a fully graphical environment. Non-programmers, using the Decisions Platform, can control business processes and build sophisticated user interfaces.
With the Decisions Platform, you can create business rules in a variety of forms – but all without writing code or scripts. Rules can be embedded in flows, used to provide meaning to dashboards, automate complex forms or invoked from an API. Rules are built in fully graphical environment and tested in a graphical simulation environment.
Build reports and dashboards that have integrated hooks to provide actions for user to work the data, right from within the dashboard itself. Dashboards can be built of a variety of different common reporting elements including crosstab/matrix, table, list, charts and custom outputs built using the Decisions Platform form builder.
In addition to dozens of prebuilt integrations, integration with databases and services can be done using integration wizards – providing additional functionality to workflows, rules and reports. Advanced integration can be done using the Decisions Platform SDK.
The Decisions Platform is very flexible, allowing us to integrate a number of different and complex business functionalities into one platform. We are able to introduce enhancements to our service quickly and effectively.
- Tom Knox, Founder and CEO, CareFamily.com
The Decisions Platform accelerates development with drag-and-drop flow creation, branching, and implementation, and it allows for a wide range of customization options. Decisions enabled us to produce web-based versions of our assessments significantly more quickly and easily than if we had built everything from the ground up.
- Jeff Tucker, Product Architect, Inflexxion
Decisions makes life easier for us by creating workflow automation tools that greatly enhance our products capabilities. With Decisions we are not tied down to any particular platform, and that opens up a world of opportunity.
- Jason Drinen, President and Practice Lead, Expressability