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Business Process Modelling and Visualization

Business process modelling and visualization is used to map the current or intended future state of a business process in order to visualize, measure, analyze, improve, control, and reengineer processes using real metrics and make positive changes to existing workflow or process of an exsisting business.It can be used in many fields such as HR,finance,purchasing, customer service, sales ,marketing and research and development. The main objective is to give insight in the structure of business processes and relations.This insight can be obtained by creating business process models which encompass different levels of organisational details, thus allowing to find bottlenecks and to assess the consequences of proposed changes for the customers and the organisation itself.

ITH Technologies assist companies in improving organisational efficiency and quality by using Business Process modelling with combination of Process Mapping, Process Discovery, Process Simulation, Process Analysis and Process Improvement.With BPM Analysis tools support Operational Intelligence (OI), a category of real-time business analytics that gives businesses the ability to make decisions and immediately act on those insights.

At ITH our consultants plans and guide stepwise business process migration by a roadmap of consecutive models . These models are validated and used for all sorts of computations to analyse , visualise and justify changes and our consultants keep communicating with different stakeholders in all activities.

ITH Model

current business process → analysis and modelling → model of current business process → analysis of bottlenecks and suggestions for improvement → model of improved business process → Realisation → improved business process → Change and migration from old business model to new improved business model.

Continuous improvement is required, that is why the steps are represented as a cycle. In this way, continued incremental improvements are able to be made. Analysis

Analysis of current business processes is done with accessible representations of the analysis results which can have many forms such as tables, mathematical expressions, numbers or part of the business process itself.

Planning and Migration

ITH business architects should be able to visualise entire trajectories of business process models. Additionally, ITH should support the guidance of the implementation of the new process to some extent. This includes generating functional specifications for system development, writing working instructions for employees, training and educating people of the organisation.


Our experts remains in touch with specific groups inside the company and stakeholders so they will support and know how the business process is being modified.

Views of Business Process Models

Different users and different goals require different representations or views of a model. We present business models with different sort of views such as graphical views, textual views, structural views, simulation.Views can also be used to represent results of the analysis of a model.

• Quantitative analysis
• Functional analysis
• Precedence analysis
• Data-flow analysis

Importance of Business Process Modeling

1) New business strategy
Implementing or modifying a business strategy usually requires changes to operations and people performing the work.

(2) Improve Process Communication
Business Process Modeling enables the documenting and communicating of the organization business processes.It helps business managers communicate their ideas quickly and clearly.

(3) Increase Control and Consistency
business processes and rules are well designed and that they are consistently applied to increase control and consistency.

(4) Improve Operational Efficiency
The Process simulation and analysis steps tools in process modelling helps managers and analysts to ensure that their processes are optimized and are running accurately.

(5) Gain Competitive Advantage
Successful companies succeed by constantly refining and improving process through business process modelling.