University of Udine
One of the fundamental challenges for business process modeling is to cope with the multitude of variants that may exist for a particular process. In previous work, the authors introduced the Provop framework for configuring and managing such process variants at a high level of abstraction. This paper presents an extension of the ARIS business architect in order to better cope with the high variability of business process models in practice. This extension is based on their Provop framework which provides sophisticated support for configuring and managing large collections of process variants.