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New Post 9/17/2014 6:18 AM
User is offline Brandon
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Business Rules repository 
Greetings, friends!  I'm looking for some software suggestions for the cataloging of our business rules.  Does anyone have any ideas, suggestions, or prior experience?
 
New Post 9/18/2014 3:03 AM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: Business Rules repository 

Hi Brandon,

Check out Enterprise Architect from www.sparxsystems.com 

I've been using it for years. Just a satisfied customer.

Kimbo

 
New Post 9/20/2014 5:47 AM
User is offline sureshbrady
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Re: Business Rules repository 

Hard to beat Excel!

 
New Post 10/15/2014 11:10 AM
User is offline Sam_AnalytiXDS
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You might look at analytixds.com - it is a full scale data mapping suite, with the ability to maintain business rules, do impact analysis, data lineage, etc..  I disagree that it is hard to beat excel - yes it is versatile, but it is a lot of work to build things into it, and get things out of it - especially if you are trying to be consistent with multiple analysts on a single project.   The Mapping Manager software covers everything pretty much in the design phase and pushes your designs into the ETL layer directly... 

 

 
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