Business Process Automation: ARIS in Practice

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August-Wilhelm Scheer, Ferri Abolhassan, Wolfram Jost, Mathias Kirchmer
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 22, 2004 - Business & Economics - 181 pages
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 Enterprises have to adapt their business processes quickly and efficiently to new business environments to ensure business success and long term survival. It is not sufficient to apply best business practices but new practices have to be developed and executed. These requirements are met by new business process automation technologies, based on concepts like web services, EAI, workflow, enterprise service architectures, and automation engines. Business process automation becomes a key enabler for business process excellence.

This book explains major trends in business process automation and shows how new technologies and solutions are applied in practice. It outlines how process automation becomes an element of an overall process lifecycle management approach, structured on the basis of  the ARIS House of business excellence and implemented through software tools like the ARIS toolset.

 

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Contents

Business Process Automation Combining Best and Next Practices
1
Process Automation Using the RealTime Enterprise Concept
17
Next Generation Business Process Management
29
Dynamic and Mobile Business Process Management
39
Automation of Manufacturing Support Processes at a MidMarket Manufacturing Company Utilizing SAP Solutions
57
Automating and Monitoring the Mortgage Process
73
Excellence in Vehicle Financing
83
Design of a Loosely Coupled Architecture to Manage Critical Business Data Flows at a Major Motion Picture Studio
107
A ProcessOriented Approach to Implementation of Microsoft Axapta at Bowne Global Solutions
125
US Army Logistics Process Automation Based on SAP NetWeaver Technology
141
ARIS in CrossBorder EGovernment Integrated Automation of Public Services for the InfoCitizen
159
The Authors
179
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