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Oryx is an academic Open Source project that allows you to add your prototypes to a powerful process modeling infrastructure. The project is mainly driven by the Business Process Technology research group at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute. Academic use & research The BPM Academic Initiative central hub for process modeling on the web The BPM Academic Initiative is run by academics in business process management and by Signavio, who provides the online platform for process modeling and analysis free of charge for academic use in research and teaching. The BPM academic initiative serves as a central hub for process modeling on the web for academics. To strengthen this role and to avoid redundant work, the Oryx online system will be discontinued from Sept 30, 2011.
Oryx is a web-based editor for modeling business processes in various modeling languages like BPMN or EPC. You can create models and share them with your business partners, clients and friends. You may not only share a model with your colleagues, but discuss and improve it within one working environment. Thus, Oryx brings all the advantages of Web 2.0 into the world of modeling. To start modeling you need zero installation–your model is just one click away.
Have you ever wondered why certain businesses just do better than its competitors even though they are all providing the same products and services? To every business, there are various aspects to it which includes the suppliers, the workforce, the target market, the products, etc. But one thing is for sure, all businesses have their very own unique processes when it comes to doing business. Let’s take an example of hiring a new staff. Company A would ensure they go through a process whereby all candidates are required to go through at least 3 rounds of interviews and given a score accordingly by each interviewer. Only after all candidates have gone through all interviews would they make a decision to hire based on how well the interviewee scored.
Oryx is an academic Open Source project that allows you to add your prototypes to a powerful process modeling infrastructure. The project is mainly driven by the Business Process Technology research group at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute. Academic use & research