Business Process Modeling with EPC
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a software for making business process Flowcharts diagrams. The Event-driven Process Chain (EPC) Diagrams allows managers visually present business process models for making decisions for business. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM includes tools that are specifically designed to facilitate the process of modelling business processes.
Pic.1 Template of EPC diagram.
The Event-driven Process Chain Diagrams solution extends ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software with EPC templates, samples, and vector shape library for the drawing of EPC business process flowcharts.
The Event-driven Chain Diagrams solution assists in the planning of resources and improves business processes using EPC flowcharts.
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The new Value Stream Mapping solution found in the ConceptDraw Solution Park continues to extend the range of ConceptDraw DIAGRAM into a business graphics tool.
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Total quality management is the one known to be consisting of some organization-wide efforts put in order to install and to make some climate in which this organization can continuously improve its ability to deliver the high-quality products and services to its customers permanently.
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The Total Quality Management Diagram solution helps your organization visualize business and industrial processes. Create Total Quality Management diagrams for business process with ConceptDraw software.
Picture: Definition TQM Diagram
Bureaucratic companies usually are characterized by a strict hierarchy and clearly defined responsibilities. However, sometimes organizational structure of a company reminds of somewhat tangled. To clarify it, you can create an orgchart that will represent the company as a tree with its' departments as branches.
This organization diagram represents a tree-like organizational structure. This is a typical example of a top-level branches of the hierarchical organizational structure. This part of the tree shows heads of branches who are subordinated completely to the president. The information and solutions are distributed though a tree structure down to the company's departments. Each of the sub-division has its own structure that is reflected in the corresponding organizational chart. This orgchart diagram was created using the vector graphic library supplied with ConceptDraw Organizational Charts solution.
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A flowchart is a simple but very functional tool when it comes to understanding a workflow or to removing unnecessary stages from a process. When drawing flowcharts, keep in mind that there are four common types of flowcharts, like document flowcharts and data flowcharts that show control over a data or document flow over a system. To show controls on a physical level, use system flowcharts. In addition, to show controls in a program, you can draw a program flowchart.
This flowchart diagram represents the piece of an article editing process, that involves the author and editor. It was created using the Basic Flowchart notation that consists from the basic flowchart symbols. The start and the end of the process are indicated with "Terminator" symbols. The "Process" symbols show the action steps consisting from making edits and searching for a compromise, when the author does not agree with the suggestions of the editor. The "Process" symbol is the general symbol in process flowcharts. The "Decision" symbol indicates a branching in the process flow. There are two branches indicated by a Decision shape in the current flowchart (Yes/No, Disagree/Agree). This basic flowchart can be used as a repeating unit in the workflow diagram describing the working process of some editorial office.
Picture: Types of Flowcharts