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Reengineering of the Integrated Automated System for Administration of the Organization’s Business Activities

Student: Nikolai Volkov

Supervisor: Irina P. Karpova

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Computer Systems and Networks (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The work is devoted to the reengineering of a comprehensive automated system for administering the economic activities of the general information system of the state non-commercial fund. The purpose of the final qualifying work is the transition to a more modern system of administration of economic activity in order to reduce the costs of maintaining the system by reengineering an integrated automated system. In the process of performing work on the basis of systems analysis approaches, subsystems used in the general information system were considered, updated schemes of business processes for internal interaction of system sections were also developed and implemented. During the execution of the master's thesis, a new business process was introduced into the subsystem, which allows to perform previously unavailable actions in the system. In the final part of the work, a comparison was made according to the criteria for the success of the subsystem before and after the reengineering. The volume of this work is 77 pages, including the title page, annotations and table of contents. Final qualifying work contains 23 illustrations, 11 tables. In the work was used 20 sources of information.

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