Towards a Framework for Semantic Business Process Compliance Management

@inproceedings{Kharbili2008TowardsAF,
  title={Towards a Framework for Semantic Business Process Compliance Management},
  author={Marwane El Kharbili and Sebastian Stein and Ivan Markovic and Elke Pulverm{\"u}ller},
  year={2008}
}
Processes count to the most important assets of co mpanies. Ensuring the compliance of processes to legal regulations, g overnance guidelines, and strategic business requirements is a sine qua non c ondition to controlling business behavior. Implementing business process co mpliance requires means for modeling and enforcing compliance measures. In this work, we motivate the need for automation in compliance management and in troduce the role of policies. We then distinguish eight requirements… CONTINUE READING
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