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Notation of business process modeling - basics

Marek Piotrowski

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Author: Marek Piotrowski

ISBN: 978-83-60233-26-9
Format: B5, 136 pp.
BTC publishing house
Legionowo 2007

About the book

BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation) is a notation that was created on the initiative of an organization called Business Process Modeling Initiative (BPMI). The intention of its creators was to create a way of recording business processes so simple that business users can use it, and at the same time allow to save all necessary information about the process needed by analysts and IT specialists. In other words, it was supposed to be something like a common language between persons with thematic and IT competences. At present, BPMN is a commonly used standard for recording business processes.

This book is intended for a wide audience, including analysts, designers and programmers working in IT companies involved in the automation of business processes. The information contained therein can also be useful for students of IT and organization and management.

About the author

Marek Piotrowski is a graduate of the Gdańsk University of Technology. After completing his studies, he went through the entire career path: he worked as an implementationist, later he was a service technician, programmer, designer, analyst and IT project manager. He has been working as an independent specialist for many years. He participated in a number of large IT ventures, many of them ran. He also deals with project management methodologies and training activities. Since 1997, in the field of his special interest is the identification and analysis of business processes, which resulted in, among others, the creation of this book.

NetWorld No. 7-8 / 2008

BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation) is used to describe business processes. Because it is recognized by the majority of major business process modeling software vendors, it can be considered as the actual standard of this description. The author explains the advantages and limitations of the use of notation and how to use it. Teaches the use of design patterns to implement typical structures that map business processes. Issues are illustrated by numerous examples. The book should be taken by analysts, designers and programmers working in IT companies, involved in the automation of business processes, as well as employees of other companies who deal with the identification, description or creation of business processes. Piotr Kociatkiewicz

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