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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Leonid Kosharny
Analysis of the Consequences of Technical Errors in the Automation of Business Processes
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
In the presented paper the most deep and actual achievements of different developers in the business processes automation sphere were collected, combined and studied. Their work and experience was used to compile a full picture of the subject area, to systematization of all the most relevant data considering technical errors of business process automation. On this foundation, was created an analytical study penetrating the causes of this topic and, as the most important thing, the consequences of technical errors in the business processes automation process. In this paper was, the next goal was formulated: “Get an analytical overview of the causes and consequences of technical errors, based on the generalization and systematization of existing knowledge on the subject”. This objective was fully achieved through the implementation of several successive tasks: to study the collected at this time information on the topic, to make a systematization of types of technical errors in detail, to describe the available methods for analyzing the effects of such errors, to analyze the results and draw conclusions. The stated results may help future researchers of this topic to get closer to solving the most fundamental problems and bring a lot to the current understanding of such an interesting area located at the intersection of science and business.

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