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Web service technologies are becoming increasingly important for integration systems and services. model driven architecture (MDA) is an approach to the full lifecycle integration and interoperability of enterprise system comprised of software, hardware, humans, and business practices. MDA provides a systematic framework to understand, design, operate, and evolve all aspects of such enterprise system. Business process management (BPM) has been focusing on systems that are driven by explicit process designs to enact and manage operational businesses. Web services are described in the Web service description language (WSDL). WADL documents can be difficult to understand for service developers. This study proposed process, Web service descriptions are convert to unified modeling language (UML), their UML models are integrated to form composite Web services. This paper introduces the concepts of MDA, basic structure of MDA, and discusses how to use MDA and BPM development process for the effectively enable Web service system development. Our aim is the enhance MDA from syntactical (UML) to semantically modeling. We develop a solution for a specific platform: service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services. The main contribution of this paper is a MDA model and system modeling strategy supported by implementation of Web service development.