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a university for the world real R © 2009, Appendix A The Order Fulfillment Process Model Marcello La Rosa Stephan Clemens Arthur ter Hofstede
a university for the world real R 2 © 2009, Overview 1.Process domain 2.Organizational model 3.Process nets 4.Conclusions
a university for the world real R 3 © 2009, Process domain Inspired by the VICS industry standard (Voluntary Inter- industry Commerce Solutions: Logistics domain: this reference model can be used by large organizations that need to interact with suppliers and logistics providers Goal: emit a purchase order and deliver the order items to the customer
a university for the world real R 4 © 2009, Organizational model Fictitious organization Genko Oil company, featuring four departments: –Order Management Department –Supply Department including Warehouse –Carrier Department –Finance Department.
a university for the world real R 5 © 2009, Process participants
a university for the world real R 6 © 2009, Overall net Three main phases: Ordering Logistics, including: –Carrier Appointment –Freight in Transit –Freight Delivered Payment Each (sub-)phase is captured by a YAWL composite task. possible deadlock: avoided by the Flow Predicates
a university for the world real R 7 © 2009, Assumptions In order to keep the model manageable, the following simplifying assumptions were made: an order does not lead to more than one shipment orders from different clients may be combined into a single shipment a single package only occupies a fraction of a truck and can correspond to one of a fixed number of sizes
a university for the world real R 8 © 2009, Ordering subnet Deals with the creation, modification and approval of a Purchase Order. Modification and final confirmation of the Purchase Order can be done within a given timeframe (3 days). JavaFaces form deferred allocation custom form delegation runtime filter: Pile task to single participant
a university for the world real R 9 © 2009, Carrier Appointment subnet (fragment) Deals with: preparation of Route Guide estimation of Trailer Usage (within 5 days) Transportation Quote arrangement of Delivery and Pickup Appointments (not shown) Shipment Notice (not shown) 3 types of carrier usage: TL, LTL, SP determine different shipment costs Automated task Dynamically set Timeout (on starting) Allocation strategy: Round Robin by least frequency
a university for the world real R 10 © 2009, Freight in Transit subnet Starts after the freight has been picked up and shipped Concerned with: tracking the order delivery progress handling client inquiries MI task: one instance for each order entry
a university for the world real R 11 © 2009, In parallel to Freight in Transit Two components: shipment payment –pre-paid –non pre-paid freight payment Payment subnet Retain familiar Privileges: Chain execution of work items for Account Manager
a university for the world real R 12 © 2009, Freight Delivered subnet After the freight has been delivered Allows clients to: request a Return of Merchandise lodge a Loss or Damage Claim within a timeframe (specified in the Shipment Notice) Dynamically set Timeout (on enablement)
a university for the world real R 13 © 2009, Conclusions Complex process inspired by a real industry standard Exploits a number of advanced YAWL functionalities for defining the process control-flow, data and resource perspectives Specification files and documentation available in each YAWL distribution, under folder [YAWL Installation folder]/misc/examples/orderfulfillment/
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