The analysis and continuous improvement of business processes (BPs) has a strategic relevance for those enterprises that strongly rely on the performance of their operational processes to deliver services and/or goods to customers. The adoption of Modeling & Simulation (M&S) approaches is widely recognized as a valuable solution for analyzing and improving BPs, even though it is not yet fully exploited, due to the required know-how, effort and cost. In this context, M&S as a Service (MSaaS) is a promising paradigm that contributes to effectively ease the introduction of M&S approaches in the BP lifecyle, by saving the investments required to build and maintain the needed hardware and software infrastructure. This paper first illustrates a survey that analyzes the state-of-The-Art regarding the adoption of M&S approaches in the BP domain and then, starting from a set of identified open issues, proposes a next generation MSaaS architecture which aims at enabling a time-And cost-effective M&S-based analysis of BPs. © 2017 Society for Modeling & Simulation International (SCS).

Bocciarelli, P., D'Ambrogio, A., Mastromattei, A., Paglia, E., Giglio, A. (2017). Business process modeling and simulation: state of the art and MSaaS opportunities. In Proceedings of the Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2017 (SCSC 2017), part of SCS SummerSim 2017 (pp.261-272). The Society for Modeling and Simulation International.

Business process modeling and simulation: state of the art and MSaaS opportunities

Bocciarelli, P.;D'Ambrogio, A.;Paglia, E.;Giglio, A.
2017

Abstract

The analysis and continuous improvement of business processes (BPs) has a strategic relevance for those enterprises that strongly rely on the performance of their operational processes to deliver services and/or goods to customers. The adoption of Modeling & Simulation (M&S) approaches is widely recognized as a valuable solution for analyzing and improving BPs, even though it is not yet fully exploited, due to the required know-how, effort and cost. In this context, M&S as a Service (MSaaS) is a promising paradigm that contributes to effectively ease the introduction of M&S approaches in the BP lifecyle, by saving the investments required to build and maintain the needed hardware and software infrastructure. This paper first illustrates a survey that analyzes the state-of-The-Art regarding the adoption of M&S approaches in the BP domain and then, starting from a set of identified open issues, proposes a next generation MSaaS architecture which aims at enabling a time-And cost-effective M&S-based analysis of BPs. © 2017 Society for Modeling & Simulation International (SCS).
Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2017 (SCSC 2017), part of SCS SummerSim 2017
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Settore ING-INF/05 - Sistemi di Elaborazione delle Informazioni
Settore INF/01 - Informatica
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Bocciarelli, P., D'Ambrogio, A., Mastromattei, A., Paglia, E., Giglio, A. (2017). Business process modeling and simulation: state of the art and MSaaS opportunities. In Proceedings of the Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2017 (SCSC 2017), part of SCS SummerSim 2017 (pp.261-272). The Society for Modeling and Simulation International.
Bocciarelli, P; D'Ambrogio, A; Mastromattei, A; Paglia, E; Giglio, A
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