Business Process Engineering: Reference Models for Industrial Enterprises
Springer, 1998 - 757 pagina's
The 1 st study edition is based on the 2nd hardcover edition of "Business Process Engineering". Several inconsistencies and minor modifications have been carried out. This study edition is a response to many requests for a budget-priced edition for students. This edition pursues a holistic descriptive approach that is based on the Architecture of Integrated Information Systems (ARIS) developed by the author. In addition to the data view, this approach also comprises the function, organization and control views, and encompasses all phases of the information system lifecyde - from analysis, requirements definition and design specification to implementation. The reference models develo ped here can thus serve as initial models for concrete applications. The illustrations are oriented strongly toward standard software in order to refIect their significance in terms of real-world representations. In par ticular, the discussion applies examples from the R/3 system from SAP AG and from the systems from IDS Prof. Scheer GmbH, build on concepts developed by the author. No "user description" of concrete systems is pro vided; instead, general foundations are laid in order to facilitate a deeper understanding of the application logic that is refIected in standard soft ware. An attempt is made to dose the gap between business administra tion theory and the "operating instructions'/ of standard software.
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Architecture and Description
Selecting and Representing the Description
The Data View
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assembly attributes basis bill of materials capacity planning components concept cost customer order data clusters data model data structure data view database transaction design specification detailed scheduling discussed employee end products entity type entity-relationship model equipment group event-driven process chain example factory data entry Figure B.I. FOUNO identified individual information objects information system integrated interactive inventory levels invoice leitstand machine modules n:m relationship NC program network topology object-oriented ODATE ORDER ITEM order release organizational structure organizational units outbound logistics outsourced performed period planning level plant departments primary requirement procedures process chain product development production control production logistics production order production planning purchase order relational model relationship type representation requirements definition requirements explosion requirements planning requirements tracking result routing scheduling and capacity sequence shown in Figure storage superordinate supplier tool TOUNO transfer turnaround update utilization variant workstation groups