Business Systems

Businesses of all kinds rely on the information they create and use. For some, like Google and Facebook, information is their business. Although businesses vary greatly in nature and size, they all face very similar problems in building and managing their information systems.

New Directions

Traditionally, information systems have relied on paper-based documentation for their definition. This suffers from problems such as ambiguity and misinterpretation that are all too well known. Fresh approaches now exist that provide business users with tools for more direct specification.

Modelling Standards

Business capabilities and needs can be captured in the form of models of information and activity. Standard modelling tools now exist and are adopted by all types of business. The models they create can be used for business communication and also machine-translated into system components.

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