For this modeling exercise, you will revisit the scenario given in the Modeling Exercise 1 Instructions document and consider the following, additional information.
To complete this deliverable, you will need the following materials
From the owner’s point of view the AS-IS process is effective, though not efficient. However, the owner also understands that, through technology, the process could be improved. The owner is looking for you to provide that vision. The owner’s initial vision is of a more automated point of sale (POS) system.
After much work with the clients you, have successfully convinced them that a simple POS system would merely speed up a poorly designed process. This only results in producing poor results faster. You have convinced him that what his business really needs is an Enterprise solution: a solution that rolls all the distinct business activities into single automated solution that will be named Mom & Pop Pizza Information Enterprise System (M&P-PIES). M&P-PIES is a fully automated system linking all functions into a single, robust enterprise system.
TO-BE Business Process:
Before the new system can be developed, however, the business process underlying the system must be revised. After your discussion with the client, you have determined the following pain-points in the AS-IS business process:
In addition to resolving the above pain-points, the owners recognize that a new system could enable them to add new services to their business process with very little added effort. They would like to see their current process modified to incorporate the following requirements:
You might start to think Mom & Pop’s isn’t so mom-and-pop anymore, and you would be correct. This system will be foundational to developing Mom & Pop Pizza franchises across the country.
As you learned in the previous modeling exercise, activity diagrams allow you to transform your written notes about the current business process into a visual tool that can be used to discuss improvements with a client. Activity diagrams can also be used to model changes in the business process for further communication with the client. This diagram of the desired business process is often called the TO-BE Activity Diagram. For this second exercise, develop the TO-BE Activity diagram that incorporates the changes indicated in the TO-BE Business Process section above. As you complete this exercise, keep the following in mind:
Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 4.
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