BUSINESS PROCESS MODELS IN DIFFERENT MODELING LANGUAGES

Andris Keišs, Ina Komarova

Abstract


The business objective is often to increase process speed or reduce cycle time; to increase quality; or to reduce costs, such as labor, materials, scrap, or capital costs. In practice, a management decision to invest in business process modeling is often motivated by the need to document requirements for an information technology project.Change management programs are typically involved to put any improved business processes into practice. With advances in software design, the vision of BPM models becoming fully executable (and capable of simulations and round-trip engineering) is coming closer to reality.

Keywords


business analysts; modeling; business objectives

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/het2017.21.3593

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