DOI: 10.1109/WETICE.2011.36 Conference: 20th IEEE International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructures for Collaborative Enterprises, WETICE 2011, Paris, France, 27-29 June 2011, Proceedings
Business Process Management (BPM) has gained remarkable importance in research and practice in the last years. Innovative information and communication technology (ICT) is a driver for the effectiveness and efficiency of enterprise collabo- ration and the management of inter-organizational business pro- cesses. In this context, cooperating enterprises need a shared understanding of their own processes, those of their partners as well as of emerging inter-organizational process structures. In order to create such a shared understanding, the concept of collaborative modeling can serve as a useful approach. This article introduces a concept for collaborative business process modeling and its implementation in the CoMoMod tool. The tool supports several aspects of collaborative process modeling, such as simultaneous work of spatially distributed modelers on one process model diagram. Furthermore the tool permits synchro- nously creating a collaborative model with different modeling languages by automatically mapping and converting the different model representations. The proof of concept utilizes Event-driven Process Chains (EPC) and Petri Nets. The usage of an integrated chat messaging service supports communication during the pro- cess of collaboratively modeling business processes.
"Also, Cheetah Experimental Platform  with its collaborative extension like Oryx  and Signavio Process Editor  is a collaborative modeling tool enabling the modelers to see a shared overall view of the process on their canvases. Similarly, CoMoMod  supports simultaneous work environment to modelers on a shared process model diagram. Moreover, Hahn et al  employed Gravity system to examine the collaborative business process modeling and observed that the shared modeling overview leads to the conflicts. "
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