Business process oriented information systems modeling / Modelação de sistemas de informação orientados para processos empresariais

Paulo Cesar Figueredo, Eduardo Kazumi Yamakawa

Abstract


Business processes have a relevant role in business information systems (BIS) design definitions. In this paper, we present a methodology for BIS modeling for capturing and aligning the relevant elements of the business and the information system domains. It results in a driver for the requirements engineering and production of systems analysis artifacts that support BIS design and development. We present the methodology application and its outcomes promoting a better understanding by the participants in an agile and objective manner.


Keywords


information systems modeling, business processes, socio-technical approach, agile methods.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv8n5-082