The following pages gives an abstract
example of how a systematic approach was taken to model a very
sophisticated schedule able to operate in an event driven (i.e.
straight-though) as well as traditional batch mode.
This is a key way in which
Codel Services Ltd can help your
organisation: by looking at a complex problem in a lateral, innovative yet
extremely practical way.
drivers of this approach
Management (BEM) is primarily a technology lead initiative. It is however
important to understand the typical business drivers are:
|Time to market
rapidly changing at both the tactical (ability to deal with short term
conditions) and strategic level (such as the ability to deal with new
and evolving financial products, and business rules).|
define things at one level that can be extended for specialist
concepts (i.e. apply OO tenets to requirements definition)|
|single schedule framework
able to operate in both event-driven and batch modes|
These same themes
apply to both the schedule and rules engine parts of our solution.
This leads to the
key requirements of:
So we know what
constrains our solution. Lets discuss what our solution will look like….
2002-2005 Codel Services Ltd
This paper has been prepared
by Codel Services Ltd to illustrate how structured business
modelling can help your organisation. Codel Services Ltd is an IT
Consultancy specialising in business modelling. If you would like further
information, please contact us at: Deryck Brailsford, Codel Services Ltd,
Dale Hill Cottage, Kirby-Le-Soken, Essex CO13 0EN,United Kingdom.
Telephone: +44 (0)1255 862354/Mobile: + 44 (0)7710 435227/e-mail: email@example.com