2015-10-25 12:49:45 UTC

When evaluating Business Process Design, what aspect do you think is the most important to look for?

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ease of use

2018-09-20 09:08:23 UTC20 September 18

Ease of use means ease of adoption. Ability to show ROI of 5x

2018-09-18 17:41:26 UTC18 September 18

For my opinion most important is the final result of the proccess. We should create the proccess and think how to achieve the result in the shortest way!

2018-02-19 09:14:37 UTC19 February 18

Ee ...avoide my usual way of thinking: I am payed for being bright!

2017-10-20 10:04:38 UTC20 October 17

The physical location of process participants in relation to each other...

2017-10-10 15:22:15 UTC10 October 17

Evaluating Business Process Design from ARIS perspective would mean the kind of analysis results the tool can provide in terms of report, macros or even using FIND functionality.
Hence ARIS is called Business Process Analysis (BPA) tool rather than Business Process Modeling. The tool strictly governs the modeling methodology based on its meta model. And if followed, this can make life so much easier for the analysis based on the objective of modeling.
Need to keep in mind that, ARIS as a tool will not do any magic calculations/manipulation of the data captured in the repository but can only present it in different ways depending upon the need.
Ofcourse, with custom ARIS scripts the report etc. can be customized to present the data in a more meaningful way and easy to consume depending upon the audience needs.
Models created in ARIS are not just pictures but have relationship and meaning the way it is stored/structured in the RDBMS. This is what eventually makes the analysis so easy and ARIS as tool so powerful for analysis.

2017-09-11 14:22:48 UTC11 September 17
Real UserTOP 20

I f there is already templates of the shelf related to industry strandards

2015-11-25 07:41:50 UTC25 November 15
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