Integrate business modeling and interaction design

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Giuseppe Fioretti and Giancarlo Carbone

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: June 08, 2007

Recently, business process optimization has become a primary strategy for reducing costs while improving efficiency. Indeed, the first step in the IBM SOA strategy consists of modeling business processes and organizations. Nevertheless, a well-established usage pattern for eliciting and modeling the business has not yet emerged. This article guides you through a process for integrating and applying two different methodologies to analyze and design solutions: business modeling and interaction design. Applying both these methodologies yields solutions that are both effectively aligned to the customer business and highly usable by those who implement the business day-to-day.

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Zone=SOA and web services, Rational
ArticleTitle=Integrate business modeling and interaction design