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Management System Development for the Business Process of Initial Maximum Contract Price Examination on the Runa WFE Platform

Student: Aleksey Myasnikov

Supervisor: Alexander I. Deryabin

Faculty: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This paper describes the features and stages of modeling and developing a business process management system for the initial maximum contract price on the Runa WFE platform. In the first chapter, the analysis of the subject area is carried out, the initial platform for conducting the business process is described, the requirements for modeling the process are described, and the choice of a suitable modeling notation is justified. The second chapter describes the order of the business process, the roles, the required data to start the process. The design of the business architecture of the process was carried out in the ArchiMate language. The third chapter describes the process of developing a business process management system, analyzes tools and development tools. The Bizagi Modeler environment was chosen as the modeling tools. The WF system Runa WFE was chosen as the development environment The author of the work is a 4th year student of the National Research University Higher School of Economics Perm Myasnikov Alexey Alexandrovich The work is done on 40 pages of the main text, contains 21 figures. The bibliographic list is presented by 12 sources of used literature.

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