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Take Control of Your Business: Learn What Business Rules Are Find Out That You Already Know and Use Them Then Update Them Regularly to Maximize Your Business Success - cover

Take Control of Your Business: Learn What Business Rules Are Find Out That You Already Know and Use Them Then Update Them Regularly to Maximize Your Business Success

Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Publisher: Optimist Writer

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Are you offering something for sale? A product or a particular type of service? Would you like it to sell well and for a long time? 
If you answered “Yes,” then you need to be in control of each phase of your product’s life span. And how do you do this? By using business rules to make wise and consistent decisions. 
In her extensive work with projects of various scales and industries, author, business owner and S1000D® expert Victoria Ichizli-Bartels discovered that business rules are a vital and indispensable tool for any business. They create a knowledge base for the life cycle of your product or service and allow you to manage all related decisions and documents efficiently. If you have your business rules under control, then you have your product or service under control. It’s that simple. 
This book provides a simple, comprehensive and fun introduction to business rules. Read it like a novel and unlock new possibilities for your business processes, your products and services - both current offerings and future ideas - and watch your success expand as you gain more and more control over your business.

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