Which of the following elements of a conceptual process model can be directly

Which of the following elements of a conceptual

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Which of the following elements of a conceptual process model can be directly interpreted by a BPMS? Electronic data stores Pools and lanes Physical data objects and data stores Manual tasks Send tasks UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 12
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Q5. Which of the following elements of a conceptual process model can be directly interpreted by a BPMS? Electronic data stores Pools and lanes Physical data objects and data stores Manual tasks Send tasks UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 13
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Today’s Agenda •. RAT •. Briefing of Week 10 Materials •. BPM automation Case study •. Return Assignment (Part 1) •. Marked exercise (4 of 4) 14
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Where are we? UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 15
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Readings and sources Dumas et al. Harmon P. 2007.Business Process Change A guide for Business Managers and BPM Six Sigma Professionals, 2 nd Edition, Morgan Kaufman, Burlington. From Conceptual to Executable BPMN Process Models: inue=2&v=2TzKdMndiSA UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 16
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Managing BPM knowledge BPM documentation is an asset and knowledge, i.e. a resource (both formal and informal). So resources (knowledge) must be managed. The need for a repository and tools. UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 18
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Managing BPM knowledge Who needs what knowledge and tools: Process Analysts need software tools to support business process modelling and redesign. Business Managers need modelling tools that can manage process maps and related information. Organisations need process architecture tools. Software analysts need tools to implement, maintain and improve business processes. Overall an approach to managing BPM data and functions is required: the need for a repository and tools . UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 19
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BPM tools What tools are available Fig 15.1 UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 20
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Who benefits from those tools? 21
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What should be expected from BPM tools? Hierarchical approach to BPM should be supported and integrated A data base (repository) Code generator Statistical capability Simulator See fig 15.2 UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 22
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What features should we find in a BPM tool? 23
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Business Process Management Suites In the past 20 years there has been a number of parallel developments: Workflow tools Managing the processing of documents by human actors Eliminating the need for transport Adoption of electronic signatures and approvals. Move to software as components, reuse and middleware (client-server) technology. UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 24
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BPM calls for an integration of the two. The issue of integrating workflow and Enterprise Applications Integration . With the adoption of the Internet and its standards (SOAP and XML) this enabled the interface of workflow and enterprise systems. SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol (abridged XML) XML: Extensible Mark-up Language SOA: Service Oriented Architecture Software components delivering services UNSW INFS3604 S1 2018 seminar 10 25
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SOA Open Internet standards have made engines
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