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Business Process Modeling:
Analysis of the business processes generally contains the processes of
mapping and the processes that go down to the level of activities. The
BPM” is the model of many processes of business, and describe
methods in which the operations are done to complete the planned
purposes of organizations. BPM” can de!ne the integration or
work#ow between processes of business. It can be created in di%erent
levels. BPM” in systems engineering is the activity of de!ning the
processes of the enterprises, so that the current process may be
improved and analyzed etc.
Business Process Modeling” is usually done by managers and
business analysts that are looking to improve the e&ciency of
processes, qualities, and reduce the wastes. This improvement may or
may not require the involvement of IT. The Change
Management Programs” are usually involved to take, into practice, any
business process. As with the more improvement in software design,
the concept of Business Process Modeling” becoming fully executable
is coming to reality.
Since the beginning of the 20
th
century, the methods to model Business
Processes like #owcharts, functional-#ow-block, the control #ow and
“PERT” diagrams and “Gantt” charts have come forth. Gantt charts
were the 1
st
to appear around “1899”, #ow chart in “1920”, functional-
#ow-block diagrams and PERT” in the “1950” and the data #ow
diagram in “1970”. By S. Williams, the term BPM” was coined in
“1960” in !eld of “systems engineering”.
The term BPM” was against the general software-process modeling
whose purpose to rely more on the state of the practice during the
development of the software, in the !eld of software engineering. At
that time (in early 1990) all the present and new modeling methods
and techniques to describe the processes of business, were committed
as “BPM languages”.

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It was perceived to be an important step in the description of
business-application systems, in oriented object approach.BPM” have
become the basis for the new techniques, for example, those that
support the collection of data, analysis of data #ow, diagrams of
process #ow and the facilities of reporting. About near the “1995”, the
1
st
visually oriented tool was being presented for “BPM” and for the
implementations. (http://en.wikipedia.org/)
Example of “BPM”:
The example can be the actions that are involved in processing an
order from a costumer from an order company that uses internet-
based mail systems.
1_ Well it start when a customer place an order (the needs of
costumer).
2_Then sending the “IT” based information to the warehouse.
3_“Stock Picking”
4_Packing and Recording
5_then sending the proper “IT based information to the distribution
center.
6_Sending the “IT” based information to the departments of accounts.
7_Generation of a receipt .
8_Distribution and the organization of shipments to the drivers of
vehicles .
9_delivery of an item and receipt (So, needs of a costumer is ful!lled).
The above is a simple High-level example. Practically every part (for
instance, Stock Picking) may need a Low level business process
modeling of its own. (www.businessballs.com)
Business Process Modeling Tools:

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As when an organization becomes increasingly connected then the
separation between the business departments from the “IT
departments could grow to become a trench. Connection with others
can, sometimes, make changes to the big picture and the smooth
period of changing from one condition to other might depend on how
the organization is stationed and how it uses BPM Tools”. The
classi!cations of business process modeling tools are available and its
range is from simple to complex. As some small organizations use Flip
charts” and “Sticky notes”, and and for diagramming and illustrating,
these are remain as functional tools, processes, and their activities
respectively. The “Techniques of Japanese management” begins in
period of qualitative tools that are used by some organizations still as a
part of composite management plan. However, now automated
process modeling tools are used by many organizations.
Now these tools might be “stand-alone” software, or mandatory
component of applications of “complex-modeling”. Lots of these
common tools have their basis in decades-old economics. However,
these tools are still e%ective, and as the tools themselves, are being
used by many process management disciplines such as “Six Sigma”.
The examples include the “80:20 rule”, that is also known as Pareto
theory” which is de!nes as expending “80 percent” of time on the “20
percent” most productive or valuable process, and “SWOT” analysis
which is de!nes a tool for modeling in which the matrix is drawn and is
used for making decision and planning strategy.
The monitoring or analysis charts or timelines are also still in use. With
all these, theBPM tools” more friendly to users, and have showed an
increased functionality level. As even those lacking “Information
Technology” skills have no little di&culty in creating e%ective business
process modeling tools, these tools have proved themselves by making
a bridge on the gap between “Information Technology” and Business
Employees” (www.Bussinessprocessmodeling.net)
References:
6 July 2014 <hp://www.businessballs.com/>.
6 July 2014 <hp://en.wikipedia.org/>.

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Business Process Modeling:Analysis of the business processes generally contains the processes of mapping and the processes that go down to the level of activities. The "BPM" is themodelof many processes of business, and describe methods in which the operations are done to complete the planned purposes of organizations. "BPM" can define the integration or workflow between processes of business. It can be created in different levels. "BPM" in systemsengineeringis the activity ofdefining the processesof the enterprises, so that the current process may be improved and analyzed etc. "Business Process Modeling" is usually done by managers and business analysts that are looking to improve the efficiency of processes, qualities, and reduce the wastes. This improvement may or may not require the involvement of IT. The "Change ManagementPrograms" are usually involved to take, into practice, any business process. As with the more improvement in software design, the concept of "Business Process Modeling" becoming fully executable is coming to reality.Since the beginning of the 20th century, the methods to model Business Processes like flowcharts,functional-flow-block,the control f ...
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