BeauTec Business Process Library
Every business process is different and changes over time. As data- and
information flow is very dynamic, it is often not clear how the business
structure is at any point in time, and if it is globally optimal. Sometimes
ISO certification projects are used to overcome this problem, creating
documentation about all existing processes and execution.
BeauTec provides an ultimately flexible Business Process Library to model,
visualize and optimise the business processes, enterprise wide.
Required process classes can be graphically configured and related important
information can be attached easily. Using BeauTec’s library concept,
any type of graphical presentation for processes can be designed, including
functionality and visualization of any additional value. The creation
and maintenance of the hierarchical business model is simply done by point-and
click. Sophisticated verification functions automatically test the model
integrity and highlight inconsistencies.
The BeauTec Business Process Library (BPL) provides the following features:
- Unlimited object-oriented graphical modelling of business classes, attributes,
related information and functionality
- Unlimited hierarchical and multi-dimensional modelling of business processes
on any number of graphical views
- Graphical Standard Process Library available
- Unlimited possibility to change and enhance existing or to create company
- Creation of any number of indicators attached to each process including
- Enhancements to the existing business model at run-time not requiring
- Visualization of historized information for each process
- Automatic creation and verification of mathematical business model (Model
- Visualization of model inconsistencies
- Creation of any number of individual models, even within and between
- Link to any document (Microsoft-Word, web-site, PDF-file, or Document
Management system) possible
A new version of BeauTec CMDB is available since march 2011.
A new version of BeauTec Business Pilot is available since January 2011.