Technology alone is rarely, if ever, a silver bullet. Yet technology deployed with intelligence becomes interesting and powerful. When you deploy technology so that it externalizes and manages the thinking or decision-making capacity of an organization, you empower the business to use that technology as an extension of intellectual power.

Such is the goal of business rules systems. Parts 1 and 2 of this series defined a business rules system as an automated system in which the "rules of the business" are separated (logically, perhaps physically) and shared across data stores, user interfaces and applications.

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