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Enterprise Modeling

Enterprise Modeling supports the lifecycle of a process at a conceptual level. By combining the goals of traditional business process analysis with process governance, together with simulation and optimization, Enterprise Modeling moves further to establish governance for a complete corporate business architecture. Corporate business architecture may be divided into three central elements: Business Architecture, Information Architecture, and Enterprise (IT) architecture.

Business Architecture

Business Architecture includes the planning and documentation of processes with several levels of detail. Capture a process and achieve process governance through the documentation and standardization of all the business-relevant processes of a company. Start analyzing the processes and simulate them as a foundation for process optimization. Furthermore, measure process performance to improve process analysis.

Information Architecture

Information Architecture contains the re-documentation of the information structures of SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence systems. Thereby supporting the planning and design of an enterprise-wide data warehouse. Achieve transparency of data flows and data structures within the whole company.

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise (IT) Architecture focuses on the planning of IT and enterprise architecture supported by standardized architecture frameworks. Standardize and harmonize the system landscape based on business requirements. Through alignment with process models of the Business Architecture, an integrated overview of processes and IT landscapes is achieved.

Joint Applications for Enterprise Modeling

SAP Enterprise Modeling Applications by IDS Scheer   

SAP and IDS Scheer offer a comprehensive BPM solution – SAP NetWeaver and SAP Enterprise Modeling for IDS Scheer (formerly ARIS for SAP NetWeaver). This joint application provides essential elements of a closed-loop BPM solution, from design and configuration, to implementation and execution, to evaluation of the overall process.

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