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Seminar | Information Systems

Process Modelling & Solutions Blueprinting

Summary

This course presents the concepts and methodologies required to execute a methodical approach to translate business process change requirements into clear IT solutions. The course will be mostly based on the INFLUX™ methodology developed by Infosys Technologies Ltd. The course will cover business process modelling and analysis. The course will ensure that the students can smoothly translate enterprise business objectives into an effective IT solution architecture.

Learning outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: - Understand and execute a methodological approach to translate business process change requirements into clear IT solutions. - Able to analyse the business process in a principled approach. - Develop a conceptual solution architecture based on the analysis of the business process requirements. - Understand the use of analytics and apply in analytics into business process.

Number of credit hours per week 3
Total number of credit hours 36
Course eligibility Compulsory
Presence of students On-campus
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Venky Shankararaman is a Professor of Information Systems (Education) and Associate Dean (Education) at the School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University. He holds a PhD in Engineering from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. His current areas of specialization include business process management and analytics, enterprise systems architecture and integration, and education pedagogy. He has over 25 years of experience in the IT industry in various capacities as a researcher, academic faculty member, IT professional and industry consultant. Venky has designed and delivered professional courses for government and industry in areas such as business process management and analytics, enterprise architecture, technical architecture, and enterprise integration. He has published over 65 papers in academic journals and conferences.

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