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Model-Based Integration Testing for SAP® ERP Based on BPMN Standard

June 27, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  PRWeb

For the requirements definition of SAP ERP software, the management discipline and methodology of Business Process Management (BPM) has an important role in the Blueprint project phase of an ERP implementation. Using the BPM methodology, the business requirements are documented and analyzed. Process improvement is achieved via better support of business activities by the ERP software. The Blueprint consists of functional, organizational and system process models developed by a Business Process Analysis (BPA) tool prior to the realization phase of customizing the ERP software. Because of the complexity of ERP software, the integration testing of ERP supported processes is a very essential task to lower business impacts of badly tested software. At the same time, testing is a resource-consuming task in critical project phases.

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