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Powerful Decision Tables

There are many cases when you need to make decision based on input data. One good example is a decision to approve or decline an online transaction or new onboarding account. You can setup a set of cut-off risk rules to decline applications for a high-risk transactions or to use a decision table to specify which categories of users and transactions go through and which not on an automatic basis. The Sekuritance rule decision tables you create and apply can set a rating that will be added to a final result. In a result you will get a total of all the individual sub scores and you can make further decision based on this value.

  1. Version control is built-in (with ability for new rules to be effective based on a future date)
  2. Nested rules
  3. Complex expressions
  4. Rule activation
  5. Multiple actions
  6. Efficient evaluation and soo much more
  7. Create Rule Sets to combine Decision trees and Decision Tables to form composite rules

Rulesets can return composite decisions based on the results of other rules or rule sub-sets without the need to recreate the same rule twice.