Aligning Business Processes and Information Systems: New by Robert Heinrich

By Robert Heinrich

Business strategies and knowledge structures collectively have an effect on one another in non-trivial methods. usually, procedures are designed with out taking the structures’ influence into consideration, and vice versa. lacking alignment at design-time ends up in caliber difficulties at run-time. Robert Heinrich offers examples from study and perform for an built-in layout of technique and approach caliber. a high quality reference-model characterizes procedure caliber and a technique notation is prolonged to operationalize the version. Simulation is a robust skill to foretell the mutual caliber influence, to check layout possible choices, and to ensure them opposed to standards. the writer describes simulation ways and discusses attention-grabbing insights on their software in practice.

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Workloads varying over time. IS simulation is often oriented towards steady-state analyses, where workload is time-invariant. 2. 3, the simulator extension for integrating BP simulation and IS simulation is presented. 4 describes how IntBIIS reflects workload burstiness. 5. • Chapter 10 describes the validation of the prediction methods BIIS and IntBIIS. 1 discusses three types of validation for prediction methods. 2, the research questions and hypotheses used in the validation are listed. 3. 4, the validation of the feasibility of BIIS and its acceptance from practitioners’ point of view is described.

Furthermore, as an actor is a BP component, suitability for user objectives was covered by the characteristic “actor satisfaction”. Moreover, the term “set of functions” is improper for activities. Hence, we changed the wording. 3 Business Process Quality 32 Context Suitability Introduceability Replaceability Productivity Context satisfaction Adaptability Co-existence Effectiveness Safety Business Process Suitability Activity / Process Accuracy Security Maturity Fault tolerance Time behavior Analyzability Changeability Stability Testability Compliance Interoperability Resource Accuracy Security Maturity Fault tolerance Recoverability Time behavior Analyzability Changeability Stability Testability Compliance Information Object Actor Credibility Understandability Operability Availability Suitability Suitability Installability Replaceability Productivity Resource util.

2011), Lohrmann & Reichert (2013)]. Except [Lohrmann & Reichert (2013)], these models try to adapt software product quality standards, such as ISO/IEC 9126-1, to BPs. 6, after the introduction of the proposed quality model. 3 The Business Process Quality Reference-Model The Business Process Quality Reference-Model (BPQRM) was developed to provide a comprehensive understanding of BP quality. Therefore, quality characteristics from software product quality standards were transferred to BPs. This approach is supported by related quality models [Guceglioglu & Demirors (2005), Heravizadeh et al.

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