US Patent 7,322,028 awarded (others pending)
On January 22, 2008 US Patent #7,322,028 (others pending) was awarded for a "Method and System for Providing a Virus-Immune, Rule-Based Cross-Platform Software System" (click here for patent download) US #7,322,028 (others pending) both teaches and protects IQware's ability to act as both a standalone application and a rule based software development platform (click here for a detailed tutorial on Rule-based Software). The patent presents IQware's architecture as the preferred embodiment to reduce - and perhaps even eliminate - the need to pay for error-prone custom code development when developing an MDM application.
IQware solves the problem of the increasing cost of designing, building and deploying complex software systems. The traditional software development method is the endless "code-compile-test-debug" loop. This method produces inflexible, non-secure and unreliable applications. It also takes a long time, is error-prone and requires legions of expensive software engineers or programmers.
IQware does things differently. As the diagram illustrates, traditional software is expensive, time consuming and error-prone. IQware, in sharp contrast, uses rules to specify the system's behavior. IQware's method is a lot faster, better, less expensive and produces a better result. To learn more, click here for a detailed tutorial on Rule-based Software.
IQware is a new, patented way of doing software.
IQware is both a Master Data Management (MDM) application and a rule-based development tool to create new or enhance existing applications that deliver the right data to the right place at the right time.Read more