InRule Joins the Vendor Forum
October 04, 2021
Pete Goldin
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Alan Young, Chief Product Officer at InRule, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Young joined InRule in 2019 and leads InRule’s engineering, architecture and product design teams and is responsible for translating InRule’s corporate vision and strategy into product delivery. Young brings extensive technology and business strategy expertise to InRule. Prior to joining InRule, he served in product and technology leadership roles for enterprise software and services providers such as CA Technologies (Office of the CTO, corporate vice president), BEA Systems (Office of the CTO, vice president and corporate architect), and Progress Software (senior vice president and general manager), and Pricewaterhouse Coopers (Global Innovation Software Labs, chief technology officer). He holds more than 10 patents related to business events, business processes and integrated data analysis and management. Young holds a MBA from Boston University’s School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Texas, El Paso.

InRule Technology enables enterprises to understand and automate decisions with unparalleled speed, agility, accuracy and transparency. IT and business personnel rely on InRule’s decision platform, including its Business Rules Management System (BRMS), to increase productivity, grow revenue and enhance customer service. With its "author first" approach, InRule empowers both technical and business rule authors to write and manage rules. From on-premises, to the cloud and via mobile, InRule allows organizations to run rules anywhere for extreme flexibility and scalability.

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