Using BPMN in Modelling the Trading Process
The worldwide concerns regarding safety and counterfeit products conduct to new rules and regulation on the worldwide trading market. Customs are setting short accepted delays, situation that creates a higher need of paperless trading. This is why an improved process and software tight relation accross the different roles in a trading chain (customer, supplier, Customs etc.) is needed. The first step in assesing the objective consists in process modelling. The present reasearch paper represents a guide for creating a business process model and it is based on using BPMN (Business Process Modelling Notation) for modelling all types of flows (physical, financial, information, documentary flows). By using BPMN, business patterns for the international trading are proposed.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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