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Analysing the provenance tracking of business process management in the quality domain

Blanc, Coralie Lucie

Authors

Coralie Lucie Blanc



Abstract

This work presents a framework of how Provenance can be combined with BPM. This is achieved through a use case, from the Martine Spécialités enterprise which is using the Agilium BPM system (without the provenance functionality). Using the PROV Data Model, a graphical representation of the provenance tracking of the processes of the enterprise has been done and the functional requirements for combining provenance and BPM have been defined. A survey was submitted to the employees in order to see if adding the provenance functionality is something beneficial for them. The results have shown that provenance is adding value for the decision making during the execution of the processes, and that several benefits can be obtained from this, such as better decision making and time saving.

Citation

Blanc, C. L. Analysing the provenance tracking of business process management in the quality domain. (Thesis). University of the West of England

Thesis Type Thesis
Keywords business process management, provenance, ISO 9001, quality, evidence-based decision quality principle

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