2018-02-21T06:54:00Z

What do you like most about ARIS BPM?


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What do you like most about ARIS BPM?

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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

This solution has helped us in terms of discovering business processes.

2019-07-08T13:17:00Z
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Top 20Real User

The stability of the ARIS BPM platform is quite good. The nice thing about it is the central database, where we can use all of our data. We can even manage users.

2019-06-19T05:02:00Z
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Top 20Real User

The most valuable features are business process modeling and reporting.

2019-06-06T08:18:00Z
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Top 20Real User

It has the ability to scale up, as well as integrate with other systems within the organization to get real-time information from dashboards and reports.

2019-05-22T07:18:00Z
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Top 20Real User

You can relate different aspects of an organization to each other, and you can clearly define the rates seen in the application.

2018-10-28T09:33:00Z
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Top 10Real User

It has allowed us to model our enterprise process architecture.

2018-09-19T15:08:00Z
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Top 20User

BPA, the modeling tool, is the main module used because of our need for documentation.

2018-07-19T15:16:00Z
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​​ARIS process modeling and analysis allows integration of end-to-end business processes with the organization's vision, strategies, and business objectives, through visual management.

2018-02-26T10:10:00Z
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Top 20Real User

you want to do modeling with the old notation form, ours was EPC, you can use the same object in the BPMN because the database is built in a way that you can use both things. So you only have to define it once, and if the notation form is BPMN and those kind of activities, you can use the same EPCs, so there is a connection between them.

2018-02-21T06:54:00Z
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