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Business diagrams & Org Charts with ConceptDraw PRO

Business diagrams & Org Charts with ConceptDraw PRO

The business diagrams are in great demand, they describe the business processes, business tasks and activities which are executed to achieve specific organizational and business goals, increase productivity, reduce costs and errors. They let research and better understand the business processes. ConceptDraw PRO is a powerful professional cross-platform business graphics and business flowcharting tool which contains hundreds of built-in collections of task-specific vector stencils and templates. They will help you to visualize and structure information, create various Business flowcharts, maps and diagrams with minimal efforts, and add them to your documents and presentations to make them successful. Among them are Data flow diagrams, Organization charts, Business process workflow diagrams, Audit flowcharts, Cause and Effect diagrams, IDEF business process diagrams, Cross-functional flowcharts, PERT charts, Timeline diagrams, Calendars, Marketing diagrams, Pyramids, Target diagrams, Venn diagrams, Comparison charts, Analysis charts, Dashboards, and many more. Being a cross-platform application, ConceptDraw PRO is very secure, handy, free of bloatware and one of the best alternatives to Visio for Mac users. Read more
This example was redesigned from the Wikipedia file: LastResortHotel BookRoom Process.png. [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:LastResortHotel_BookRoom_Process.png]
This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License. [creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/]
"Event partitioning is an easy-to-apply systems analysis technique that helps the analyst organize requirements for large systems into a collection of smaller, simpler, minimally-connected, easier-to-understand ‘mini systems’ / use cases. ...
Defining requirements.
Single process in a fictitious hotel using data flow diagram notation.
Single use case in a fictitious hotel using use case diagram notation.
This approach helps the analyst to decompose the system into ‘mentally bite-sized’ mini-systems using events that require a planned response. The level of detail of each response is at the level of ‘primary use cases’. Each planned response may be modelled using DFD notation or as a single use case using use case diagram notation.
The basic flow within a process or use case can usually be described in a relatively small number of steps, often fewer than twenty or thirty, possibly using something like ‘structured English’. Ideally, all of the steps would be visible all at once (often a page or less). The intention is to reduce one of the risks associated with short-term memory, namely, forgetting what is not immediately visible (‘out of sight, out of mind’). ...
Single process in a fictitious hotel using data flow diagram notation." [Event partitioning. Wikipedia]
The DFD example "Last resort hotel book room process" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Data Flow Diagrams solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
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Data Flow Diagrams solution extends ConceptDraw PRO software with templates, samples and libraries of vector stencils for drawing the data flow diagrams (DFD). Read more
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