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Elements of an Event-Driven Process Chain

Event-driven Process Chain

The Event-driven Process Chain (EPC) Diagrams allows managers visually present process models for they business implementation.

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a powerful intelligent vector graphics engine for drawing  graphics  like  EPC diagrams. Event-driven Process Chain Diagrams solution includes 10+ Blocks that you can modify and make your own graphics.

Elements of an Event-Driven Process Chain *

Pic.1 EPC diagram - Design elements (Win, Mac).

Stencil library EPC Diagram Shapes from Event-driven Process Chain Diagrams solution provides 23 vector design elements for drawing event-driven process chain diagrams.

Use design elements from the EPC Diagram Shapes library for drawing your EPC diagrams to structure your business processes as a chains of events and functions.

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EPC for Business Process Improvement →

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM - software that reduces the time needed to create a business process model. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM for making EPC diagrams provides business improvement. The Event-driven Process Chain ( EPC ) Diagrams allows reach improvement throughout an organisation.EPC  for Business Process Improvement *
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EPC for Business Process Implementation →

Event-Driven Process Chain Diagrams for improvement throughout an organisation. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM - software that reduces the time needed to create a business process model.EPC for Business Process Implementation *
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Project management - Design Elements →

These vector illustrations and cliparts are created for drawing the Project management Illustrations and contain plenty of project management design elements. The clipart library Project management includes 35 icons.Project management - Design Elements *
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EPC Diagrams Illustrate Business Process Work Flows →

The Event-driven Process Chain ( EPC ) Diagrams allows users present business process models in terms of work flows. The EPC diagram can show various ways for improvement throughout an organisation.EPC Diagrams Illustrate Business Process Work Flows *
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Process Modelling using Event-driven Process chain →

Event-Driven Process Chain Diagrams for improvement throughout an organisation. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM - business process mapping software that reduces the time needed to create a business process model.Process Modelling using Event-driven Process chain *
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Workflow Diagram →

Sometimes it's difficult to find a path in work processes or to understand the requirements, especially when you are a newcomer. To get your thoughts straight, create a workflow diagram, and put everything on it. This will not only help you to get into the workflow, but also show it’s weaknesses. This illustration captures the workflow process of payment an invoice for the electricity consumed by certain enterprise. It was drawn in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using its solution for Workflow Diagrams. Making a workflow charts means that you need to depict consistently all processes engaged to the workflow process. Then, you should connect them with symbols meaning study and analysis. Next, add symbols of decisions. A work flow diagram made precisely and correctly can help to clarify your work flow to any person.Workflow Diagram *
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Formalization and Verification of Event-driven Process chain →

EPC or The Event - driven Process Chain diagrams that provide Enterprise Resource Planning improvement. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM - software that reduces the time needed to create a business process model.Formalization and Verification of Event-driven Process chain *
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