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Title: Business modeling
Authors: Muller, Pieter
Advisors: VANHOOF, Koenraad
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: UHasselt
Abstract: For setting up an integrated business model, different traditional and recently developed business modeling tools are available. Important issues are to reach complementarity and different abstraction levels among these different tools. Everything starts with modeling the broad business value, which is best done through using the VDML technique. It can be seen as the basis for understanding the business. BPMN and CMMN, both process modeling techniques, are purely compatible towards VDML and dive deeper into the details of modeling both repeatable and case based processes. Capabilities and choreographies of internal and external business services can be modeled by SoaML, but still BPMN and CMMN remain useful for modeling these services into detail, which SoaML does not. All these complementary business modeling tools serve to execute the business' vision, mission, strategy and ultimately its goals and objectives. These last five business context tools schould also be defined.
Notes: Master of Management-Management Information Systems
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/15558
Category: T2
Type: Theses and Dissertations
Appears in Collections: Master theses

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