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Show simple item record Weerakoon, W.A.C. en_US de Silva, C.H. en_US 2014-11-13T08:49:17Z 2014-11-13T08:49:17Z 2010
dc.identifier.citation Weerakoon, W.A.C. and de Silva, C.H. (2010). An Information Enabled Workflow Engine, In: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Business and Information, University of Kelaniya.
dc.description.abstract Today most of the workflows of document/information processes or transactions are managed by the systems build on IT infrastructure of an establishment. Workflow Management can be done best, by fully or partially automated tools that combine human and machine based activities. This paper presents the entire life cycle of the development process of such a partially automated tool, the Document/Information enabled Workflow Engine (WFE) and its integration in to the Content Management Solution (CMS) of a reputed software vender. A workflow engine, the generator and the coordinator of document/information enabled workflows, have been designed, implemented and integrated into the company?s Content Management Solution, as an effort to improve application reliability and availability throughout the enterprise. This approach standardizes the user?s software packaging process provides automated document/information enabled workflows, which can be used for rapid deployment and flexible execution of edocumentation processes thereby tying the people, systems, organizational knowledge and goals to congregate into comprehensive, efficient processes, reducing the administrative overhead. In the development process unified modeling approach has been used, which not only provides a methodology for the software development process, but also combines best practices and processes together with the Unified Modeling Language?s notations and diagrams for better understanding Object-Oriented Concepts and system development, in the context of effective management of information. en_US
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dc.identifier.department Human Resource Management en_US

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