Business Process Simulation

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Business process simulation is an instrument for the analysis of business processes. It is used to assess the dynamic behavior of processes over time, i.e. the development of process and resource performance in reaction to changes or fluctuations of certain environment or system parameters. The results provide insights supporting decisions in process design or resource provision with the goal to improve factors such as process performance, process and product quality, customer satisfaction or resource utilization.[1]

See Also

  1. Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN)
  2. Business Process Modeling
  3. Process Mapping
  4. Simulation Software
  5. Workflow Analysis
  6. Bottleneck Analysis
  7. Business Process Reengineering (BPR)
  8. Business Process Management (BPM)
  9. Queuing Theory
  10. Monte Carlo Simulation
  11. Decision Analysis
  12. Discrete Event Simulation
  13. Systems Dynamics
  14. Value Stream Mapping
  15. Operational Research


Further Reading