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Development of a Business Process Management System for University Students ' Transition from Paid to Free Education on the Runa WFE Platform

Student: Aleksandr Kharlamov

Supervisor: Alexander I. Deryabin

Faculty: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This final qualifying work is devoted to the development of a business process management system for the transition of university students from paid education to free education. Author: Kharlamov Aleksandr Dmitrievich. Academic Supervisor: Deryabin Aleksandr Ivanovich, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Information Technologies in Business. Faculty: Economics, Management and Business Informatics. 4th course, 4 module, 2021. The first chapter describes the subject area and analyzes languages and tools for modeling processes. The second chapter is system design, a stage where the investigated business process will be presented and described. Within the framework of the second chapter, the architectural representation of the system will be presented along with the analysis and management of the resources of this business process. The third chapter will be responsible for developing the system. The first step will describe the development environment and building a business process model. After that, the model will be implemented on the business server.

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