Recovering Business Processes from Business Applications

A business process, such as the process followed when ordering a book, describes the order of executing tasks (e.g., check inventory, verify credit card, and ship book). Business applications implement the business processes for the daily operations of an organization. Organizations must continuously modify their business applications to accommodate changes to business processes. However, business applications are often designed and developed without referring to the documented definitions of business processes. Modifying business applications is a time-consuming and error-prone task.

Provided by: Queen's Printer for Ontario Topic: Big Data Date Added: May 2009 Format: PDF

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