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Business Rules Management System Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2020 – 2027

Market Overview

According to Market Research Future, the global business rules management system market has been segmented based on component, organization size, deployment, vertical, and region/country.

Business rules management system (BRMS) is a technology that enables businesses to capture decision logic as a business rule and later automate it across the software applications instead of embedding it into multiple applications every single time it is modified or developed freshly. This methodology helps in managing those rules externally away from the code of existing applications. The adoption of BRMS offers advantages such as safeguarding the integrity of decision logic, identifying conflicting and incomplete rule logics, compiling rules for open standards integration into applications, and enabling scalability. Apart from these, the BRMS enables users to enhance the ability to respond quickly, improve productivity, and improve accuracy.

By component, the global business rules management system market has been divided into software and service. The service segment is bifurcated into integration & deployment, support & maintenance, and training & consulting.

By organization size, the global business rules management system market has been divided into small & medium enterprises and large enterprises.

By deployment, the global business rules management system market has been divided into on-premises and cloud-based.

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Based on vertical, the global business rules management system market has been classified into BFSI, retail & consumer, government & defence, IT & telecom, manufacturing, healthcare, energy & utility, transportation & logistics, and others. The BFSI segment is likely to dominate the market, accounting for the highest market share during the study period mainly due to the growing focus of enterprises in providing banking and financial services to their individual and commercial customers and increasing their operational efficiency.

The business rules management system market has been analysed for five regions—North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and South America.

Regional Analysis

By region, the business rules management system market has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and South America. North America is projected to account for the largest market share due to the higher adoption of advanced technology solutions and services in the region. Furthermore, benefits offered by BRMS, such as a wide range of capabilities, enabling smarter and customized decisions, and enriching customer experience, contribute to the growth of the regional market.

Key Players

The key players operating in the global business rules management system market are IBM Corporation (US), FICO (US), Pegasystems Inc. (US), Oracle (US), ACTICO GmbH (Germany), OpenRules, Inc. (US), Newgen Software Technologies Limited (US), Red Hat, Inc. (US), Open Text Corporation (Canada), CRIF (India), Decisions (US), Intellileap Solutions (India), Signavio GmbH (Germany), Agiloft Inc. (US), and SparklingLogic (US).

Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary

2 Scope of The Report

2.1 Market Definition

2.2 Scope of The Study

2.2.1 Research Objectives

2.2.2 Assumptions & Limitations

2.3 Market Structure

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