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Business Process Flowchart

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ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a business process flowchart software. This software includes the basic package of business process flowchart examples.

Business Process Flowchart solution

Example 1. Business process flowchart solution

The software delivers built-in object libraries with vector stencils that allows you to use RapidDraw technology. Clicking on direction arrows you can add a new object to the flowchart.

Business Process Flowchart Symbols Library

Example 2. Business process flowchart symbols library

Cross-functional (deployment) flowcharts visualize what functional units (people, departments or functional areas) are responsible for the business process operations.

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Example 3. Business Process Flowchart : Providing telecom services.

The flowcharts are divided into rows/columns of functional units. Blocks of various shapes represent the process steps, and are placed in rows/columns of the responsible functional units.

These flowcharts are used to display the relationships of processes and responsible functional units.






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