The ArchiMate tool supports all the graphical notations you need to model businesses, information systems, and physical technology architectures, and their inter-relationships. ArchiMate 3.1 also supports modeling organization's strategies, the drivers of architecture development and plans for the implementation and migration of architecture.
Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN), provides a graphical representation of business workflows that anyone, from business analyst to stakeholder, can easily understand; aiding in business process analysis and business process improvements.
BPMN Process Pattern Catalog
Process patterns can be more easily understood by dividing it into terms, Process which means the steps followed to achieve a task and patterns which means the recurrence of same basic features during the lifecycle of a process. Thus in a more universal term process patterns are common or general solution for a complexity.
Perform strategic planning and analysis with the new online strategic analysis diagrams. Our new Visual InfoArt allows you to quickly create any kind of strategic analysis model by just typing in the information as bullet points. As you type, the diagram will be formed from the text and continuously updated with the components automatically positioned and arranged.
An organization chart is a diagram that visualizes the formal structure of an organization as well as the relationships and relative ranks of its positions. It is typically drawn and read from top to the bottom.
Decision table provides a handy and compact way to represent complex business logic. In a decision table, business logic is well divided into conditions, actions (decisions) and rules for representing the various components that form the business logic.
EPC diagram, abbreviation for event-driven process chain diagram, is a flowchart based diagram that can be used for resource planning and identifying possible improvements of a business process.
The fact model focuses on the core business concepts (called terms), and the logical connections between them (called facts). The facts are typically verbs which describe how one term relates to another (i.e. Person owns a Car)