FACTORS FOR SUCCESS OF THE BUSINESS PROCESS AS A SERVICE MODEL

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    Keywords
    Business Process as a Service, business process management, cloud services.

    Abstract
    The Business Process as a Service model integrates the achievements of the business process management/modelling concepts and cloud computing. It aims at rapid development of automated business processes on the basis of cloud services. The article is an attempt to refine the scope of the model by systematizing its logical and technological aspects. The advantages of the Business Process as a Service model, as well as some problematic aspects of its implementation are defined. Finally, factors for its successful implementation are identified.

    JEL: C88, M15.
    Pages: 15

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