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Asked 5th Feb, 2018

What experiences have you had in the use of technologies to model processes? What advantages do you get them to manage the processes?

Currently, to model the processes that are part of the management system of the organization, innovative technologies are used.

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8th Feb, 2018
Dickson Adom
Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology
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6th Feb, 2018
Ylber Limani
University for Business and Technology
We are mostly using MATLAB. Simulation therefore offer a huge advantage in process management. There are different technologies for different purposes.
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6th Feb, 2018
Brian Barnard
Wits Business School
you mean other than something along the lines of ERP or SCM or BPR?
6th Feb, 2018
Michelena Fernández
Universidad Tecnológica de la Habana, José Antonio Echeverría
Thank you very much for your answers. I am consulting the materials that have been added and I find them very interesting.I want to know about technologies that are currently used to manage processes such as: BPMN, process mining, data mining, enterprise architecture, among others
7th Feb, 2018
Marcos Fernando Garber
Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
Estimada Michelena, anexo el link para un artículo que presenté en el último CONTECSI sobre el uso de un programa de simulación ARENA, que nos permitió identificar diversas soluciones para un problema de gestión de produccíón.
Actualmente estoy estudiando y aplicando otro programa de modelaje llamedo Anylogistic, para decisiones en la cadena de suministros.
Atte,
Marcos
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8th Feb, 2018
Ricardo Barcelos
Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina (Unisul)
Hello, Michelena. I am currently working on BPMN through the use of BIZAGI software. This tool makes it possible to create process maps and process tests with time calculations and step interaction tests. It works well in the jobs I've been developing. Attached are two works where I used BIZAGI.
8th Feb, 2018
Michelena Fernández
Universidad Tecnológica de la Habana, José Antonio Echeverría
Estimado Marcos:
Muchas gracias por su respuesta. Estoy revisando su trabajo y me resulta muy interesante pues en nuestro grupo utilizamos Arena para la simulación de los procesos, los mejores resultados se han obtenido en la simulación de procesos de prestación de servicios
8th Feb, 2018
Marcos Fernando Garber
Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
Estimada Michelena, todos los processos, pueden ser simulados, tanto aquellos que tienen como fin un produccto angible cuanto un intangible.
La ventaja principal de los softwares es que el costo es bajo (comparado con la realidad), y que se pueden modificar las variables intervinientes, como tiempo, cantidad y distribuciones de probabilidades.
En el Anylogistic el programa sugiere otras soluciones de optimización.
8th Feb, 2018
Michelena Fernández
Universidad Tecnológica de la Habana, José Antonio Echeverría
Estimado Marcos.
Estoy de acuerdo con usted que todos los procesos pueden ser simulados.
Solo hacia referencia que nuestro grupo de investigación ha tenido resultados más robustos para procesos de prestación de servicios. Actualmente mtrabajamos la simulación de procesos productivos relacionados con la industria médico.farmaceútica y esperamos obtener resultados similares a los obtenidos en aplicaciones anteriores
8th Feb, 2018
Marcos Fernando Garber
Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
Estimada Michelena,
Aguardo con interés los resultados, quedo a vuestra disposición. Atentamente, Marcos Garber
8th Feb, 2018
Dickson Adom
Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology
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