Developer / company: Xprise
Xprise provides Xemod, tool for modelling organizations and business processes. Xemod is an acronym for Xprise Enterprise Engineering Modeler. The modelling tool support the DEMO methodology (Design & Engineering Methodology for Organizations). DEMO is brought into action at (re)designing organizations, irrespective of the kind of organization or the size of it.
'To engineer the enterprise'
Xemod support you in setting up DEMO models, like the Interaction Model, the Process Model, the State Model and the Interstriction Model. Diagrams can be mutually related, e.g. Interaction Models can be nested. With a consistency check you examine quickly the correctness of the created models. You document models by adding free texts and files.
Xprise sticks closely to the development regarding DEMO, participates in the DEMO Centre of Expertise and in the CIAO! Research Program and employs Certified DEMO Professionals. This provides the necessary input to develop Xemod for everybody who is involved in enterprise engineering and business process modelling (BPM) according to DEMO. Xemod is available as a stand alone application for Microsoft Windows and is delivered in English.
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