Conceptual model

Gap between process model and real process

By |October 8th, 2018|

There always exists a discrepancy between a model of business process, however well designed and accurate, and real execution of this process in a business environment. The reason for this gap is an unforeseen depth and hidden details inherent to any real process.

Real business model of organization is ultimately unlimited in its depth. Going from […]

Relevant detalization for a business model

By |April 10th, 2018|

Real business models, as a rule, have many levels of hierarchy in diagrams closely related through diagram links. This approach is one of distinctive features of BPM, which up-folds a knowledge contained in individual diagrams to the scale of the universal enterprise model. Amount of diagram links and modeling levels usually associate with maturity of […]

Modeling foundation of low-code BPM

By |February 15th, 2018|

Integrated development environments (in short, IDE) dominate nearly every area of modern IT. Developers cannot work productively without a graphical shell, which accelerates routine code writing and wraps common constructs. Despite common belief of business, IT is the area occupied by low-code platforms.

Why these low code platforms of IT are not recognized as such in […]

Do BPM before going digital

By |September 28th, 2017|

I am confused about mere an action of going digital. Is it one-time event when a company was not digital at all and then instantly became digital? I ve never seen such situation in practice.

Is there any company now, which is not digital altogether? I suppose, not. It is really hard to find a company […]