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Abstract

The planning of information systems requires discussions between different project groups, within the respective project group, and between experts and managers in the enterprise and the project members. Therefore, the modeling of business processes and the related information systems is an essential step in the process of reorganizing enterprises. The software tool MO2GO (method of object oriented business process optimization) supports the modeling process based on the IEM method. Different analysis of a given model are available using the MO2GO tool like the planning of informations systems.

Keywords

Business Process Customer Order Quality Assurance System Throughput Time Corporate Object 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kai Mertins
  • Roland Jochem

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