A helpful A-Z glossary listing key Business and IT
transformation terms and technical definitions.

  • Process Simulation

    Process simulation is a model-based representation of a business process used in the computer modeling of a hypothetical situation that can be analyzed to determine how a given application of systems may operate when deployed.
  • Reference Model

    A Reference Model in enterprise architecture is a model is used to represents interrelated defined concepts.
  • Repository

    A Repository is a storage location that is used to manage various types of information within the enterprise.
  • Requirement

    A Requirement is something that is needed or wanted.
  • Result

    In a process, a Result is the consequence of reaching an End Event.
  • Roadmap

    A Roadmap is a plan to progress toward a set of defined goals.
  • Role

    A role is part played by a person or thing in a particular situation. If the role is undertaken by a person, the person is usually called an Actor.
  • Segment Architecture

    A Segment architecture provides a detailed description of a specific scoped area of either an enterprise architecture or of an enterprise.
  • Sequence Flow

    A Sequence Flow is a connecting object that shows the order in which activities are performed in a Process and is represented with a solid graphical line.
  • Service

    A service is the packaging of a collection of related set of chunks or components into a defined self-contained unit, called a service.
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