A large enterprise may employ numerous methodologies, frameworks and proprietary processes spread throughout the organization in disparate formats. To leverage this wealth of process assets, an organization may wish to unify them into a single process architecture where common assets can be shared and extended. A well planned architecture allows mandated activities and best practices to be disseminated amongst remote teams and enables intelligent specialization of content to provide project-ready processes.
Such a diverse collection of process assets cannot feasibly be maintained by a single SEPG group if the processes are to be relevant to real projects. A rich portfolio of processes requires the contributions of process engineers and subject matter experts from throughout the extended enterprise.
Process assets are protected with role-based security that gives modelers complete control over their process areas.
Process information may be consumed in a variety of ways, including as printed and online documentation or by project enactment tools such as Microsoft Project, Visual Studio Team System and IRIS Process Live. IRIS Process Author provides completely customizable export functionality so that process content can be immediately used.
Osellus Professional Services provides process architecture development services to help clients organize their process assets effectively.