Business process modelling : Review and framework

  title={Business process modelling : Review and framework},
  author={Ruth Sara Aguilar-Sav and En},
  • Ruth Sara Aguilar-Sav, En
  • Published 2004
A business process is the combination of a set of activities within an enterprise with a structure describing their logical order and dependence whose objective is to produce a desired result. Business process modelling enables a common understanding and analysis of a business process. A process model can provide a comprehensive understanding of a process. An enterprise can be analysed and integrated through its business processes. Hence the importance of correctly modelling its business… CONTINUE READING
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