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Single model for enterprise system management

Traditional approach to modeling

All computer programmes that automate various activities including operations management work with information models of objects involved in the activity.

The model of each object or system as a whole represents only those characteristics of a real object that are relevant for solving the set task.

Thus product model is tradutionally used to manage product lifecycle: a hierarchy of product requirements, a list of component parts and a list of product documentation. But this   doesn't include works performed to develop the documents and produce the product.

At the same time the project management model pays a lot of attention to reflecting work and resources but the model of the product, for which the project is carried out, is represented in a very simplified way.

We can name a lot of example models used for automation of various activities. However all these models have a common important feature: all of them were initially created for describing one particular activity and the objects involved in it.

As we can see from the history of automated operations management system development, extending the boundaries of existing systems and their models to encompass other activities leads, as a rule, to creation of new models weakly interacting with the existing models.

Our approach to modeling Creating our operations management system we aimed at creating a model that is able to describe an activity and the objects involved in it with such detail that allows efficient management of any activity.

The results we've got show that we managed to implement our plans:

Documents about ASys model

It is impossible to manage an enterprise efficiently without a single model

About single ASys model

A new approach to multiagent enterprise system management automation on the basis of a single model

About the single approach

News about ASys model

The Model on BPM 2012

ASys model was introduced at BPM 2012 Conference