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Web-based business process reengineering

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P. Newcomb ; Software Revolution, Bellevue, WA

Software reengineering is not a widely accepted practice, but its methods and tools are critical to the success of business process reengineering (BPR). Reengineering software starts with an understanding of the existing system and an identification of those components that support the new business processes “as-is” and those that may have to be changed. Software reengineering would become widely used if the technology was more automated, more accessible and less complicated. Transformational reengineering encompasses available techniques for reverse engineering, reengineering and reuse, as well as the new medium of the World Wide Web (WWW). Using the WWW, the “as-is” and “to-be” designs can be made available for viewing and distribution. The author provides insight into the future of BPR and software reengineering using the WWW

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IEEE Software  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 6 )