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Free process design/analysis tool

 
#1 Free process design/analysis tool
22/06/2008 19:39

Anon

Dear All,

Does anyone know of any good tool for process mapping and analysing with AS IS...!

I am using Visio but it is cumbersome to use..esp. if I want to highlight some sections of the entire process!

Pls help!

Tx

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#2 RE: Free process design/analysis tool
22/06/2008 21:43

JB to Anon (#1)

Some firms have the ProVision tool which is even more painful / irritating than Visio!

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#3 RE: Free process design/analysis tool
23/06/2008 01:25

fy to Anon (#1)

For free, your best option is pencil and paper. Or use a drawing program if you have one. Freeware process mapping software is either rubbish or so heavily constrained as to be useless.

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#4 RE: Free process design/analysis tool
23/06/2008 19:51

KP to fy (#3)

It depends on kind of analysis you would like to perform. You can look at some free tools available from major BPM vendors like

1) Lombardi http://www.lombardisoftware.com/bpm-blueprint-features.php

2) Tibco http://www.tibco.com/devnet/business_studio/default.jsp . These tools will primarily let you do decent drag and dro standard based drawings (BPMn etc.) with minimal analysis (basic simulation, gap analysis).

You can also try some cheaper but powerful tools like igrafx http://www.igrafx.com/products/flowcharter/index.html which will come at $1000-3000 range.

As you move up the analysis steps (complex simulation, Six Sigma, Process repository etc.) you may want to look at tools like Provision, System Architect, Aris et al.

hope it helps,

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#5 RE: Free process design/analysis tool
03/07/2008 15:48

Sharon to KP (#4)

A really good tool for business process mapping is Control 2007.

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