Live-session: Modeling Processes with BPMN
Please note: The live-session will be in German language.
OMNINET will host a free live-session on June 22, 2021 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am on the topic:
Modeling Processes with BPMN 2.0.
What exactly is hidden behind BPMN 2.0? Which processes can you model with the help of the standard? Which functions are available to you for modeling? Our BPMN experts Ms. Dr. Marion Tudor and Mr. Johannes Millerowski will be happy to explain these and other questions to you in this live-session.
Learn the basics of business process modeling with the internationally established standard BPMN 2.0. You do not need any previous knowledge or programming skills for this.
Within the digitalization in all areas of the company, it is important to create cross-departmental solutions. A prerequisite for this are clear and recurring processes, which are clearly visualized and documented. In this way, you reduce errors in your processes, gain efficiency and maintain an overview. The challenge here is that processes from the business departments are usually presented too unspecifically for an IT department and the defined processes from the IT department contain too many technical details for the users. A standardized modeling language, such as BPMN 2.0 (Business Process Model and Notation), can build a bridge here for clear business process modeling. In this way, the business departments clearly describe their processes and the IT department adds the technical details.
BPMN 2.0 is the boost for your processes: Cross-departmental and efficient.
About OMNITRACKER BPMN
With BPMN 2.0 you visualize and automate all your business processes, no matter if they are pure IT processes or non-IT processes. With OMNITRACKER BPMN Modeler you digitize your business processes and prepare them for automated execution in OMNITRACKER. Due to the easy usability you model new process models very fast.
We are looking forward to your participation and are always available for questions regarding the live-session at email@example.com.