Software intellectual property

Whether providing direct support from our London office or working closely with our international offices and local development partners, we have built products that are designed to meet the needs of our clients.

RuleBook™ is a rules engine providing power to authors to develop and validate algorithms (RuleSets), without the need for specific technical IT knowledge. It reduces the proliferation of spreadsheets, retains central control of process, and importantly keeps the ownership with the business.  Publish your ‘products’ via web browsers to enable speedy, accurate and fully audited use of the business process tool.
RuleBook can be applied to any rules-based process but our current key framework clients are centred on the Insurance framework allowing Actuaries and Underwriters to write their own products and retain complete control and audit history of their product development.

It can be integrated with existing Policy Administration Systems to minimise the rekeying of risk information, reducing the underwriters’ administrative workload and helping to address data quality issues. Furthermore, RuleBook complements, rather than replaces functionality within existing Policy Administration Systems, maximising the investment already made in technology.

StARS-MS an attendance and rostering system and is part of an integrated suite of components that support the back office operations of a fire service including incident management, station diary management, training and personnel.  Currently used within the emergency services within the UK we are looking to develop opportunities within organisations with shift-based, distributed resources (e.g. fire, ambulance, police).


Rhiza is a practical, low cost, easy to use tool that complies with best practice and avoids unnecessary complications. Helping organisations to optimise risk management activities and drive up resilience, Rhiza will supporting organisation of all types, sizes, complexity of structure and location, such that it can:
  • capture and grade key risks and controls;
  • manage and monitor risks intelligently and systematically;
  • provide clear, concise reports;
  • monitor how effectively risks are being controlled; and
  • embed risk management in daily activities.