Business Process Modeling

The same enterprise standards that specify the procedure of business process reengineering should also define requirements for business process modeling.

Business process modeling means:

  • creating a model of an existing business process and finding suitable metrics for it
  • developing a new business process, specifying requirements for supporting information technologies and indispensable resources.

To model and implement business processes, our team applies a special language based on T-chains and T-links, which has been developed as a part of our new project, IRBIS. Using the Workflow technology, IRBIS implements a new revolutionary concept: an accounting solution is turned into a management solution and business process goals are achieved by managing human resources.

The Centralized Privilege Distribution System (CPD) implemented in Raiffeisen Bank Aval for managing and controlling access to information resources is an example of IRBIS performance in the field of business modeling.