Validating adequacy and suitablity of business it
It also needs to meet the organizational requirements to ensure each organization's BP performs according to its business rules and conforms to what is specified from collaboration point of view.
The current Web services (WS) technologies have provided specifications and tools for BC development.
BP is organizational based, which is about one organization composing services; while BC is choreographically based, which is about cooperation between organizations by linking their BPs.
A successful BC development needs to follow the chorographical requirement to ensure the consistency among individual BPs across organizations.
ABSTRACT: Considering the business process management, strategic alignment is important due to the need to manage and optimize IT processes starting from the organization's most important processes.
In the requirements engineering phase of a IS development, not only functional requirements should be took into account, but also the operating and quality constraints that related processes should consider.
However methodologies, and real case study and experience report in BC development is lacking in the literature.
Service oriented computing (SOC) is able to meet such request by establishing business collaboration (BC) to utilize business processes (BPs) crossing organizational boundaries.
This paper aims at, through a systematic analysis, presenting the existing research works linking business processes modeling to non-functional requirements.
As a result, the published studies are discussed and some gaps into this research line are pointed. Considerando a gestão de processos de negócio, o propósito do alinhamento estratégico deve-se à necessidade de gerenciar e otimizar a TI a partir dos processos mais importantes à organização.
Business-IT alignment in such settings poses new challenges, as in inter-enterprise collaborations, alignment is driven by economic processes instead of centralized decision-making processes.
In our research, we develop a maturity model for business-IT alignment in inter-enterprise settings that takes this difference into account.