Companies make hundreds of decisions every day.
Some examples include assigning an account manager to a new client, determining how to address a customer complaint, and deciding which positions to fill.
While managers and employees can handle these decisions, they can quickly become bottlenecks if certain decisions aren’t made on time.
Even simple things like making calculation errors and forgetting to fill in a product code create unnecessary delays since these mistakes must be corrected.
This is where business rules come in — a way to automate decision-making and reduce the risk of errors.
In this article, we’ll look at what business rules are and how they work. We’ll also provide examples of business rules that you can create using business process automation software.Continue reading “10 Examples of Business Rules That Make Work More Efficient”