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dotNFS BPM Modeling Approach

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  • Good day guestdaae71 and thank you for your input.

    The presentation presents the high-level modeling methodology that dotNet Framework Solutions follows in its modeling projects. It was tagged as such to present what the company provides in the BPM space.

    It (the presentation) was not written to represent the OMG BPMN 2.0 notation. We are creating a 'Simple Modeling' presentation to highlight some of OMG BPMN 2.0 notation standards to which we hope to release in the near future.

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    -Tony D. Abel
    CEO & Chief Solutions Architect

    dotNet Framework Solutions
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  • 1. dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 2. The architecture of Business Processes Management (BPM) in  an enterprise is a defined by human capital and technologies that receive inputs to produce a pre-determined output. The processes of the BPM architecture are best understood by  modeling the activates, tasks and events throughout the enterprise. dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 3. BPM modeling provides a ‘representation’ of existing or  proposed business processes. Once modeled, the enterprise will acquire an end-to-end perspective of the core, supporting and management processes. The most common reason for modeling are as follows:   To document existing processes  To use as a communication and discussion tool  To use as a training guide  To design new processes and requirements for operations  As a basis for analysis dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 4. Our sound business process architecture will defined a core  set of reusable processes for your enterprise. Our Business Process Integrators will use their knowledge and logic to create business process patterns (BPP) that are consumed within our four core processes methodology which are:  Value Chain – BBP1  Expansion – BBP2  Business ArchitectureRenovation – BBP3  Resources – BBP4 dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 5. Each of the core BBP’s has an internal structure of sub-  processes which are as follows:  Execution  Management  State/Status An abstract BPMN (Business Process Management Notation) view:  Output (External/Internal Responses) Input Management (External/Internal Customers) State (Transactions/Events) Process Control (Business Rules) Physical Output (External/Internal Customers) Execution Process State/Status State (Transactions/Events) Process Resources (Human Capital/Automation) State/Status (Outcomes) dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 6. Value Chain are the core group of processes that execute the  end-to-end production of the goods and services which define the purpose of a business; it covers all activities from customers/clients requests to satisfactory delivery. An abstract BPMN view:  Output (Send Approved or Denied Credit Card Response) Credit Card Purchase Widget (External Customers) State ( Credit Card Transactions) Transaction Control (Credit Card Approved/Disapproved) Process Physical Output (Ship Widgets) Credit Card Acceptance Process State/Status State (Approved/Disapproved) Process Resources (Human Capital/Automation) State/Status (Outcomes) dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 7. Expansion are the group of processes that the enterprise  performs to develop new capabilities that are required to enhance its competitiveness and agility such as new products, and/or services, infrastructure and processes. An abstract BPMN view:  Output (Send Feasibility Study Underway Response) Marketing Create Widget Y (Engineering) State ( Widget Y Product Development Study ) Feasibility Control (Widget Y Production Approved/Disapproved) Process Physical Output (Produce Widget Y) Product Creation Process State/Status State (Approved/Disapproved) Process Resources (Human Capital/Automation) State/Status (Outcomes) dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 8. Business ArchitectureRenovation are the group of processes  that facilitate the future strategies, plans, programs, and re- engineering. An abstract BPMN view:  Internal Output (Send Approved or Denied New Product Response) Product New Product Proposal (Top Management) State ( New Product Review) Management Control (New Product Creation) Process Physical Output (Create New Products) New Product Approval Process State/Status State (Approved/Disapproved) Process Resources (Human Capital/Automation) Status/State (Outcomes) dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 9. Resources are the support group of processes that provide  human capital, infrastructure, equipment and automation support to the end-to-end production of the goods and services. An abstract BPMN view:  Output (Send Approved or Denied Applicant) Potential New Team Member HR Hiring (Applicant) State ( Applicant Hiring) Process Control (Applicant Approved/Disapproved) Physical Output (Applicant Hired) Applicant Approval Process State/Status State (Approved/Disapproved) Process Resources (Human Capital/Automation) State/Status (Outcomes) dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 10. As the presentation has presented, any  enterprise can initiate this model of processes. This model also provide for pilot program or  gradual re-engineering of the enterprise processes. It provides simple modeling in the abstract form.  dotNet Framework Solutions
  • 11. Contact us to initiate a Modeling of your Enterprise   info@dotnfs.com  www.dotNFS.com  877.493.7526 ext 82 dotNet Framework Solutions