Horizon Systems and Services, announced that it has selected InRule Technology’s business rules management system (BRMS) as the decisioning solution within Horizon’s ALL*Points policy and claims administration solution.

Small- to mid-size insurers face the same business challenges as their larger counterparts – scarcity of skilled resources, the desire for modernization and transformation, and the need to be nimble and continuously responsive to industry markets, agents, and insureds.

By incorporating InRule into its offering, Horizon enables enterprise-wide business rules to be easily defined and maintained for all key core functional areas supported by Horizon’s ALL*Points system including policy, rating, underwriting, claims, billing, reinsurance, documents, third party data integration, etc.

InRule allows technical and non-technical users to write and manage rules and calculations in applications without programming and creates transparency into business logic by centralizing it outside of application code.

By embedding InRule into ALL*Points, Horizon’s existing and future insurance clients have an affordable approach to enjoy the flexibility in business workflow design and business rule authoring previously only available to larger insurers. These enhanced capabilities are currently being delivered to new Horizon customers and are made available to existing Horizon customers through an upgrade program.

According to Kurt Kwekkeboom, CEO of Horizon Systems and Services, "By incorporating InRule into ALL*Points we are able to provide our customers with a remarkably easy, powerful and cost-effective approach to create and manage business rules."
InRule Technology enables organizations to make faster, more effective decisions by reducing change cycles and automating business rules.

IT and business personnel use InRule’s Business Rules Management System (BRMS) to easily put Policy into Practice, increase productivity, grow revenues and improve customer service.

More than 300 members of the InRule User Community in 21 countries rely on InRule’s ‘no-coding’ rules engine to reduce development and change cycles by up to 90 percent for their core systems and customer-facing applications.