BPMN 2.0

BPMN 2.0 Support

The primary goal of BPMN is to provide a notation that is readily understandable by all business users, from the business analysts that create the initial drafts of the processes, to the technical developers responsible for implementing the technology that will perform those processes, and finally, to the business people who will manage and monitor those processes.

ADONIS:CE provides BPMN 2.0 support with Process Modeling and Choreography Conformance. Along with the Business Process Diagram, a Choreography and Conversation Diagram are included.

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ADONIS:CE makes BPMN fit for business

In ADONIS a model is much more than just a drawing. Apart from setting general BPMN properties (e.g. task type) you can also add information relevant from a business perspective (e.g. task costs and execution times).

Additional model types allow you to create high level process overviews, define repositories of resources (e.g. applications, documents, roles) and reference them the from BPMN (e.g. to show responsibility for tasks).

We have not only overcome the main issue that critics had with the BPMN specification, but offer BPMN with a best-practice environment serving the needs of the different stakeholders and scenarios within Business Process Management. Learn more about our unique approach from chapter “Making BPMN 2.0 fit for business” in the BPMN 2.0 Handbook.

BPMN Poster

The BPMN poster provides you with an overview of BPMN modelling artefacts and their application. In addition, it gives you an overview of our BPMN fit for business extensions in ADONIS NP.

Order your free personal copy of the BOC Group BPMN poster here.

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Do you want to migrate your models? Check our converters!

If you have models from other tools and want to migrate them to ADONIS:CE try our conversion tools:

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BPMN DI import (XML)

BPMN DI export (XML)

BPMN in ADONIS:CE – your advantages at a glance:

Intuitive modeling of processes, choreographies and conversations

Cardinality checks and model verification
Analysis and reporting mechanisms
Business simulation library (critical path analysis, cycle times, process and ABC costing, capacity planning)
Interactive BPMN process stepper
Powerful publishing mechanisms (PDF, HTML)
Interfaces to execution and runtime environments