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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/27/11 Types, Policies and Controls
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9/27/11 Business Processes Organizations create value through managing and controlling their business and information processes Organizations typically have three main types of business processes (sometimes called business cycles):
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9/27/11 Characteristics of Events in Business What happened? When did it happen? What roles are performed and by whom? What resources were involved, and in what quantities? Where did the event occur?
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9/27/11 Process Modeling Business processes can be modeled at various levels of abstraction Sales Process Ship Merchandise Receive Payment or Customer Places Order Select, Inspect, and Package Merchandise Ship Merchandise Receive Customer Payment
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9/27/11 Process Modeling We distinguish economic and business events forming parts of business processes from information based events Maintaining/reporting data about resources, agents, types, (and sometimes events). adding new suppliers to master files printing customer statements issuing invoices
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9/27/11 REA Economic Resources –e.g. Inventory Economic Events –e.g. Receiving Raw Materials Business Events Commitments –e.g. Purchase Orders Other Business Events –e.g. Requisitioning Materials Agents Internal Agents –e.g. Salespersons External Agents –e.g. Customers
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9/27/11 Business Process Model controls Cardinalities and relationships in a Business Process Model document controls A sales must involve 1 and only 1 customer We would expect to see every Sales Order/Invoice document to reference a customer that we have on our customer master list Furthermore, if this model were implemented as a database, we would expect every Invoice record in our Sale table to have a customer ID field that contains a customer ID that is from our Customer table Customer Sale (1,1) (0, N)
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