Process Architecture

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What is Process Architecture?

Process architecture refers to the design and organization of business processes within an organization. It includes the structure and interrelationships of processes, as well as the systems, technologies, and people involved in carrying out the processes.

Process architecture is concerned with the overall design and organization of processes, rather than the specific tasks and activities within each process. It is a high-level view of how processes fit together and work together to achieve the organization's goals and objectives.

There are several factors that can influence process architecture, including the size and complexity of the organization, the industry in which it operates, and the specific business goals and objectives of the organization.

The goal of process architecture is to create an efficient and effective process design that supports the organization's business objectives. This may involve aligning processes with strategy, optimizing processes for efficiency and effectiveness, and integrating processes across functional areas.

Process architecture is an important aspect of business process management, as it helps organizations to design and improve their processes in order to better achieve their goals and objectives.

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