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Contextual Workflow Modeling
Activity-based workflow modeling (AWM) is a common and useful modeling technique, whose fundamental drawbacks limit its effectiveness in modeling complex

or modeling  either the Chief Engineer or the Program Manager, but not both, needs to sign off on the document. In other words, the Chief Engineer role and the Program Manager role are interchangeable when it comes to signing off on the document. Suppose further that the swimlanes for the two roles have to remain separate because these roles need to perform role-specific actions in other parts of the workflow. How should the activity diagram in Figure 1 be modified to capture this nuance? It turns out that this Read More
It’s About Process (or Ability to be Responsive) -- Part II
Part I of this blog series introduced the notions of workflow automation and business process management (BPM). It also tackled the similarities and subtle

or modeling  that span functional departments or business units, let alone different enterprises. In addition, the industry often changes faster than information technology (IT) departments can update the applications set that the business relies on to do its work, thus stifling innovation, growth, performance and so on. But today, the pervasiveness of Web browsers and the emergence of simpler application integration technologies such as Web sevices, simple object access protocol (SOAP), extensible markup language Read More
It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive)
Because business processes are often communicated in an ad hoc and unregulated manner, it can be difficult to standardize processes across organizations

or modeling  integrate with desktop products or interact via email are all capabilities that are a big deal for client/server on-premise BPM deployments, but are virtually irrelevant in software as a service (SaaS) subscription-based deployments. The same goes for integration with third-party integrated development environments (IDE''s) due to the web-based workflow modeling environment within ResponsAbility. Indeed, IDEs like Microsoft Visual Studio are relevant for on-premise programming development, i.e., for Read More
Leveraging Technology to Maintain a Competitive Edge During Tough Economic Times -- A Panel Discussion Analyzed Part Two: Business Process Modeling
Business processes must be enabled across the artificial boundaries of disparate applications that must work together to support these business processes. To

or modeling  piece of new software or technology that will be a must-have in the next five years? (see Part One ) Q2 . Some pundits say the future of enterprise software lies in service-oriented architectures and component applications . True? False? (see Part One ) Q3 . How does the development of new business processes and business process modeling fit in? (see Part Two) Q4 . What are applications hosting and other service models? (see Part Three) Q5 . Radio frequency identification ( RFID ) is on everyone''s mind th Read More
Who’s Got the Better Windows Office Suite? Corel or Microsoft?
There is no one correct answer, both desktop office suites excel in specific areas and pale in others. The contents of this note target the generic corporate

or modeling  Windows Office Suite? Corel or Microsoft? Who’s Got the Better Windows Office Suite? Corel or Microsoft? P. Hayes - May 12 , 2000 Overview: The subject of this note is the never-ending question within desktop office suites, What''s better, Corel''s or Microsoft''s? Generally, this question is answered from an emotional perspective, based entirely on the specific administrator''s and/or end users comfort level. There is no one correct answer, both desktop office suites excel in specific areas and pale in Read More
Llamasoft: Supply Chain Design, Modeling, and Analytics Across Product Lines
LLamasoft, long known for strong supply chain design expertise, says that “supply chain design, modeling and analytics” is the more appropriate way to think

or modeling  LLamasoft , long known for strong supply chain design expertise, says that “supply chain design, modeling and analytics” is the more appropriate way to think about this Ann Arbor, Michigan-based firm. Now the last independent supply chain network design firm, LLamasoft focuses on the supply chain execution (that is to say, not planning) side of things. Toby Brzoznowski  (co-founder and executive vice president) reports that the company is continuing to grow very fast, broaden its product lines, and Read More
Incorporating Reporting into Your Software: Should You Buy or Build?
In the race to market for your application every second counts. But there’s one key component to your program that, like many software developers, you’ve put

or modeling  Software: Should You Buy or Build? In the race to market for your application every second counts. But there’s one key component to your program that, like many software developers, you’ve put off until the end. Your application works great, but you need a report writer. This white paper addresses the key considerations you need to weigh in deciding whether you should buy a reporting tool or build your own. Read More
Enterprise Applications: The Cost of Keeping Current… Or Not
During difficult times it may be tempting to postpone upgrades, treating them as discretionary or optional projects, when in fact they could very well provide a

or modeling  Cost of Keeping Current… Or Not In order to make the best use of your organisational resources, you need a comprehensive Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software solution that can act as an organisation-wide control centre. This ''control centre'' will collect status information and progress reports from different divisions and make them available to other departments. Information is updated by the users in real-time and accessible at any time to anyone who needs it. Source: Oracle Resources Related Read More
Are you BI Lingual or Just BI Curious?
Lost in TranslationIf your organization was a celebutante, who would it be? Well, comely or not, let’s hope that when it comes to BI, you’re not a bemused

or modeling  you BI Lingual or Just BI Curious? Lost in Translation If your organization was a celebutante, who would it be? Well, comely or not, let’s hope that when it comes to BI, you’re not a bemused, glassy-eyed Scarlett Johansson à la Lost in Translation http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0335266 . If so, there’s a cure and it’s not acting lessons. It’s a lesson in collaboration; ensuring that both your IT and business teams are speaking the same language so that technology is aligned with your core Read More
Will Oracle’s Freebie Shot Hurt (Or Only Graze) Siebel?
Oracle will not rest until it comes close (or even overtakes) Siebel in the CRM market. Its latest gimmick from its bag of tricks was the recent launch of the

or modeling  CRM players (e.g., Goldmine) or companies that currently offer similar commoditized functionality, like Salesforce.com. While this move may help Oracle enter potential customers via their back door, it is not going to seriously jeopardize Siebel''s leadership without proven rich CRM 11i functionality supposedly tightly interwoven throughout its entire 11i product suite. Early indications from early Oracle CRM adopters have shown significant improvements compared to its earlier, sub-optimal releases. This Read More
Unified Communications Guide: Staying On-Premise or Going to the Cloud
Whether your company has recently migrated from legacy telephony to VoIP or whether it has been on the VoIP path for some time, consideration of unified

or modeling  Communications Guide: Staying On-Premise or Going to the Cloud Whether your company has recently migrated from legacy telephony to VoIP or whether it has been on the VoIP path for some time, consideration of unified communications UC makes sense. While some businesses will be perfectly happy moving over to VoIP, others will want the richer set of benefits that come with UC. Once the decision to go with UC has been made, businesses have to choose between retaining their premise-based environment for Read More
Top ERP for Manufacturers or for Distribution Software Ratings
To find out, simply use TEC''s ERP comparison reports to compare any three ERP manufacturing solutions of your choice.

or modeling  ERP for Manufacturers or for Distribution Software Ratings There are a lot of new ERP solutions dedicated to manufacturing businesses or distribution businesses, and here''s your chance to compare them -- quickly and easily. Some of the leading solutions include Infor ERP Visual, Global Shop Solutions, FactoryMaster, Consona Made2Manage, Orion by 3i Infotech, Epicor ERP, IFS Applications, Lawson M3, Microsoft Dynamics AX, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne by Oracle, Jobscope Enterprise Edition, Sage ERP X3, TGI Read More
Production Modeling Corporation
PMC offers products and services in the areas of supply chain management, advanced planning and scheduling, and related manufacturing solutions. Based in

or modeling  Modeling Corporation PMC offers products and services in the areas of supply chain management, advanced planning and scheduling, and related manufacturing solutions. Based in Michigan (US), PMC is a solution provider for simulation, finite capacity planning and scheduling, and supply chain software applications. Working with Global 1000 customers since 1979 on over 2,000 , PMC provides solutions in such areas as simulation and optimization, layout and material flow analysis, software design and Read More
To ERP or Not to ERP, that Is the C-level Question
Whether your organization is looking to take the leap into an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the first time or seeking to add to the current ERP

or modeling  ERP or Not to ERP, that Is the C-level Question To ERP , or not to ERP , that is the question: Whether ''tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous ERP vendors , Or to take arms against a cloud of component solutions …   Whether your organization is looking to take the leap into an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the first time or seeking to add to the current ERP system’s functionality, the words of the Bard of Avon (updated for the present day) might be Read More
Rapid Prototyping Or Simply Over-hyping
Having to install an entire suite of software before the strike of Y2K may have made rapid prototyping impractical. However, because we now have the luxury of

or modeling  Prototyping Or Simply Over-hyping Rapid Prototyping Or Simply Over-hyping Featured Author - Joseph J. Strub - November 1, 2003 Introduction Installing software using the rapid prototyping technique offers significant benefits. Results are realized sooner. You are able to visualize the working software early on in the process. A project can be divided into more manageable, doable pieces. As depicted in the model (Figure 1), in the best of all worlds, rapid prototyping should deliver benefits quickly Read More

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