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Tesi etd-04062018-192241


Tipo di tesi
Tesi di laurea magistrale
Autore
ABEDINI, XHENI
URN
etd-04062018-192241
Titolo
STANDARD VALIDATION PROCESS AUTOMATION OF AN ITALIAN PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY USING BUSINESS PROCESS MODELLING
Struttura
INFORMATICA
Corso di studi
INFORMATICA PER L'ECONOMIA E PER L'AZIENDA (BUSINESS INFORMATICS)
Commissione
relatore Prof. Bruni, Roberto
Parole chiave
  • Appian
  • BPM
  • XSD
  • Process
Data inizio appello
27/04/2018;
Consultabilità
parziale
Data di rilascio
27/04/2021
Riassunto analitico
In a world where traditional business companies need to raise to the challenge by using technology to overcome the need of fast, reliable and effective solutions, it is a very wise idea to embrace the not so much traditional business flows. This is a really tough challenge because companies that are solidly settled in the market must however keep an evergreen spirit by being ready to adapt to new solutions if the market is moving towards new coasts. Naturally migrating to newly discovered solutions means that one can never not be too careful to choose which, why and the method to carry old workflows and workarounds out to the new-found model. The bigger the company, the more complex is the route to undergo.
To smooth out this transition to digitalization we have chosen BPM, a technology that has reached its state of art momentum and is currently one of the most powerful tools that can help traditional sluggish workflows to be empowered by all the advantages the technology can offer.
From the client prospective, BPM has revolutionized the interaction of the end users and their tasks. Instead of a total of decentralized and non-homogeneous set of program applications and files, BPM makes possible the management of different purpose tasks by users belonging to different categories and departments, by offering a unique platform which has high rate transaction fluidity and serves as one big central repository.
Expectedly, BPM has a very positive impact on the company and its deployment is far easier and straightforward than other traditional digital transitions can prove to be. The new methodology was well received from the business prospective and succedded in showing directly the ease of use in technicality and additionally had a very soft and light learning curve. With an eye for imminent future structural changes that will mirror eventual changes in the business flow, scalability is surely not an issue because the embryonic nature of BPM itself is very oriented to modularity.
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