The analysis of requirements to automatized management of organizational processes

Algimantas Juozapavičius, Kazimieras Mickus, Gediminas Mikaliūnas, Evaldas Urbonas


The selection and implementation of an automated system into business processes for SME leads to the problem of decision, evaluation and reliability of the system. In order to solve such problems adequate applied research is required, along with software analysis. Reliable, integrated, flexible and open management system for different organizational processes is an indispensable condition for the growth for the enterprise’s competitiveness. The article presents the principles and aspects of requirements analysis, coming from organizational processes and leading to potencial decisions. Apart from dealing with the factors expressing the reliability of chosen decisions, it also estimates IT enterprises efforts of such system integration. It considers the information technology system requirements for four possible decision options considered: a) a universal system developed from scratch, b) an existing system which is improved by adding some minor add-ons, c) a system best suitable only for a specific company, d) a platform suitable for development and integration of flexible and adjustable components, covering all aspects of SME activities. The analysis of the organizational management systems‘ functionality of components requirements strongly favours to the decision of design of a platform suitable for the development and integration of flexible and adjustable components. This work is supported by the project “Integrated, flexible and open automated organizational processes management system for small and medium enterprises: applied research and development of software demo version” (project identification number BPD04-ERPF-3.1.7-03-05/0019), in realization of Lithuanian 2004-2006 single programming document 3 priority “Development of productive sector” 1 measure “Direct support for business” action group “Research and development activities (applied research and development of technologies)” for industry and business.


information systems; organizational process management; informacinių technologijų market; integrated decisions

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