ARIS - Business Process Modeling, Volume 2
ARIS (Architecture of Integrated Information Systems) is a unique and internationally renowned method for optimizing business processes and implementing application systems.
This book describes in detail how ARIS methods model and realize business processes by means of UML (Unified Modeling Language), leading to an information model that is the keystone for a systematic and intelligent method of developing application systems.
Multiple real-world examples - including knowledge management, implementation of workflow systems and standard software solutions (SAP R/3 in particular) - address the deployment of ARIS methods.
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according activity application system ARIS house ARIS Toolset ASSOCIAEON association class business applications business objects business process model cardinality class diagrams classiﬁcation component conﬁguration control structures created Customer order data model data structure data view deﬁned depicted described design speciﬁcation detailed efﬁciency employee enhanced enterprise entity type event-driven process chains example Fig Fig Fig ﬁrst function allocation function view goals hierarchy identiﬁed illustrated implementation description INFORMATION OBJECT input instance integrity conditions interface KEY ATTRIBUTE linked MACRO DATA OBJECT Management material output messages Meta model methods modules multiple node object oriented analysis object oriented design operations order processing organizational units Output ﬂow output view parameters physical procedural model process chain diagram process oriented production planning relation types relationships requirements deﬁnition respective SAP R/3 schedules Scheer screen shown in Fig strategic transaction trigger Update value added various workﬂow system