Activity warehouse: Data management for business activity monitoring

Autoren Oscar Mangisengi
Mario Pichler
Dagmar Auer
Dirk Draheim
Hildegard Rumetshofer
Editoren
TitelActivity warehouse: Data management for business activity monitoring
BuchtitelProc. 9th. Int. Conf. on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2007)
Typin Konferenzband
VerlagINSTICC
OrtMadeira, Portugal
OrganisationFCT
AbteilungEAP
ISBN979-972-8865-88-7
MonatJune
Jahr2007
Seiten137-144
SCCH ID#703
Abstract

Nowadays collecting checkpoint data of business process activities of transactions becomes important data resource for business analyst and decision-makers to support tactical decisions in general and strategic decisions in particular. In the context of business process-oriented applications, business activity monitoring (BAM) systems, which are predicted to play a major role in the future business-intelligence area is the most visible use of the current business needs. In this paper we address an approach to derive an activity warehouse model based on the BAM requirements. The implementation shows that data stored in activity warehouse is able to efficiently monitor the business process in real-time and provide a better real-time visibility of the business process.