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is an abbreviation for Event-driven Process Chain, and is a flowchart
based diagram that ca be used for resource planning and identifying
possible improvements of a business process. Businesses use event-driven
process chain diagrams to lay out business process workflows,
originally in conjunction with SAP R/3 modeling, but is now more widely
used by many companies for modelling, analyzing, and redesigning
business processes. This will be preliminary exercise before utilizing
BPMN 2.0 in the group project in Assignment 3.
this assignment you will use Signavio, (see the activity in week 3 for
creating a Signavio account) to prepare an EPC diagram for the Case
Study below. Make sure to identify the organizational units and actors
relevant to the case study and indicate on the EPC diagram the actor
that is responsible for each task in the process.
is a plastics component subcontractor in the airline and automobile
industry. They specialize in products that must meet very high quality
standards. The nature of their business requires high standards of the
production where all the processes and procedures are followed,
traceable and auditable. These requirements are placed on them by their
customers, and failure to meet them would be a serious impediment to
have been called in to document and improve their pre-production
procedures. This includes receiving and storage of materials used in
manufacturing. When materials five arrive, the receiving first arrive,
the receiving clerk confirms the shipment by comparing the shipment to
the purchase orders on file. In most cases, materials can be matched
with Purchase orders. On the occasion that they cannot be matched, the
relevant Purchasing Officer is ungently notified of the materials to
confirm that the materials have not been ordered as in some instances,
suppliers substitute alternatives for an order. In the case that the
materials have not been ordered, the materials are refused.
receiving clerk the sorts the materials into two different categories;
perishable and non-perishable and assigns a material number. The
materials are then planed in one of the quarantine areas that are
appropriate for the types of materials. A ‘Materials in Quarantine’
notice is sent to Quality Control for all the materials. In the case of
perishable materials, a copy is also sent to the materials lab. This
note lists the name of the materials, its location, the quantity, and
the material number.
receiving the ‘Materials in Quarantine’ notice, Quality Control
inspects the materials and determines their suitability and assigns a
material number. In some instances, they need to determines the
suitability and assigns a material number. In some instances, they need
to have tests run by the Materials Lab to determine the suitability of
the materials, so a Lab Inspection request is sent to the Materials Lab.
The Lab return an ‘Inspection Report’ to Quality Control commenting on
the suitability of the materials. The ‘Lab Inspection request’ notes the
tests that need to be performed on the materials.
the materials fail to meet the required standards, Receiving,
Production and Purchasing are advised with an “Unsuitable Materials’’
notice. Receiving attaches, a ‘Reject Notice’ on the materials and moves
them to a reject area for disposal and advices Purchasing of the
rejected materials. Purchasing is responsible for determining the
procedures for disposal of the material (this may involve returning the
materials to the supplier or destruction of them).
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