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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Olga Mikhaylova
BPMS Academic Office Development in Runa WFE
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2017
This work is devoted to the academic office business process management system development.

Author: Mikhailova Olga Igorevna.

Faculty: Economics, Management and Business Informatics. 4 course, 2017.

Scope of work: 73 pages.

The first chapter is devoted to the BPM (Business Process Management) concepts analysis and BPMS (Business Process Management System), modeling processes languages and tools, BPMS software. In the second chapter, the business process of the academic office "Student transfer" is analyzed, the construction of the simulation model of the business process "Student transfer" is described, the planning and conducting experiments with the simulation model are described. The third chapter describes the system "RunaWFE", describes the business process model implementation on the business server and conducted experiments with the business process model in "RunaWFE".

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