By August-Wilhelm Scheer
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1 Requirements Definition of the Function View Business process strategy creates functions that enterprises must carry out efficiently (see Mertens, Wirtschaftsinformatik 1995, p. 40). The term fimction is not defined generically, but is used synonymously with the terms process, activity, or task. The name of a complex function, such as order processing, is also used for the designation of a business process. , dynamically controlling functions from beginning to end, is also part of the business process.
Thus, every organization segment represents a field in Fig. 4c. Organization segment contributions for efficiency parameters are captured in the relationship class EFFICIENCY CONTRIBUTION. Contributions can also be shown in tables, either verbally or - if possible quantitatively. The evaluation table in Fig. 9 shows the example of Fig. 4c. one face to the customer" principle Medium: Multiple logistics systems make coordination necessary Good utilization of sales resources, employees, advertising, etc.
Existing modules that can be accessed are marked by double edges on each side. Illustrations using structure diagrams have become popular due to the work of Constantine and Yourdon about composite/structured design (Constantine/ Yourdon, Structured Design 1979; for structured designs, see Page-Jones, Practical Guide to Structered System Design 1980; Balzert, Lehrbuch der Software-Technik 1996, pp. 801-862; Sommerville, Software Engineering 1987, pp. 75-103). Operators (in this case, for on-line processing) simplify the illustrations.