Business rules in the agricultural area
I. Rábováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5031-AGRICECONCitation:Rábová I. (2006): Business rules in the agricultural area . Agric. Econ. – Czech, 52: 335-340.
The identification of the improvement areas and utilization of information and communication technologies in agriculture, as the support of the agricultural development in line with the environmental sustainability criteria, have gained importance and priority in our knowledge driven society. Rules define constraints, conditions and policies of how the business processes are to be performed but they also affect the behavior of the resource and facilitate the strategic business goals achieving. They control the business and represent business knowledge. The article deals with business rules and rule technology and identifies the business and technical opportunities they afford company. It shows also how to specify and classify business rules from the business perspective and to establish an approach to managing them that will enable a faster change in business processes and other business concepts in particular business in agricultural area. This article could provide business analysts with an essential approach to understanding, redesigning and communicating what really happens in the business processes.Keywords:
business rules, structural rule, operative rule, management of business rules, rule technology, decision table