Australian Computer Society
Business Process Modeling entails the capture of a set of tasks that invariably model the functional behavior of a system. Another aspect of Business Process Modeling involves the accurate capture of operational behavior and the associated process constraints. Whether the process is automated or manual, such operational constraints and behavior exist. This may include a variety of properties including performance expectations, policy constraints, and security controls. These characteristics later manifest as the non-functional requirements of an intended system, and often such information is generally identified at some point after the Business Process Modeling exercise.