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Business process automation: ARIS in practice

Contributor(s): Abolhassan, F [Editor] | Jost, W [Editor] | Scheer, August-Wilhelm [Editor] | Kirchmer, Mathias [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Berlin Springer 2004Description: viii, 181 p.ISBN: 9788181286598.Subject(s): Business - Data processing | System design | Computer network architecture | Information technology | ARIS (Computer file)DDC classification: 658.4038 Summary: Enterprises have to adapt their business processes quickly 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
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Enterprises have to adapt their business processes quickly 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

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