Dynamic Business Process Modeling
is one of the cornerstones for successful software design and selection
Processes Models are used to describe the flows, tasks, events and information exchanges from
a business perspective and describe the activities that the supporting IT
systems must execute.
Processes are subject to changes caused by internal and external sources.
Dynamic modeling enables quick adaptation of the process model to the changes.
Main goals of dynamic business process modeling are;
- to create
uniform and consistent process descriptions throughout the project as well as
- to achieve a
common understanding of the business processes by making them visible and
SweetHill Consultants Approach & Deliverables;
evaluate the complete operational 'as-is' business processes of the customer
and model that in a software tool called Enterprise Architect. These processes
are discussed and agreed with the customer.
In step two,
using our industry best practices knowledge, we create the 'to-be' processes
were we highlight what can improved. Also this is modeled in Enterprise
Architect and presented to the customer.
The third step
is calculation the potential savings. We measure the effect (for example in
time) of each changed or removed process step and using the characteristics of
the customers operation (eg. number of staff, number of shipments, flights,
ULD's handled etc.) we calculate the overall value for the customers business.
- Multi layered models in Enterprise Architect that can easily be maintained by the customer staff
description and instructions on how to maintain the models
Documentation in RTF, MS-Word and or HTML
Deliverables can be used for;
of software vendor and products
various tasks during set-up and operation of the new system / business
- Become part of
the Standard Operating Procedures
- Training material
- Explanation of
Logistics and IT Operations to (potential) customers
levels of modeling;