Enterprises have been involved in process modeling for quite some time, but it has only recently become an organized practice within many of those organizations. Many enterprises now have a strong interest in process modeling. As a result, there are many different ways to model processes, and results are often very disjoint. A process model created in one project often is not compatible with processes from a different project. The result is incompatibility, wasted effort, rework, inefficiency and delayed benefits from improved processes.

Thus, we’re still in a bit of a Wild West situation concerning process modeling. This non standardized environment reduces overall efficiency, interoperability, time to value and total ...

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