SemTalk Use Cases

  • Integration the intranet with your process world: Develop a process portal that creates a navigation tool for your organizational knowledge!  Deep integration with Microsoft SharePoint allows you to use SemTalk and SemTalk Portal services to connect your SharePoint content with your process models.  Click for more information about SemTalk and SemTalk Services.
  • Migrate your existing process world to a Microsoft Platform: SemTalk interfaces with several modeling tools to help you to migrate your models to Microsoft Visio and SharePoint.  More information about SemTalk interfaces can be found here.  An interface example can be found here.
  • ERP Systems: Requirements specification for SAP projects, import of reference models, and documentation of SAP solutions
  • BPMN and EPCs as Standard Notations: Customizable and extendable e.g. for consulting partners who require more sophisticated modeling frameworks
  • Microsoft SharePoint Server as a Collaboration Platform for Process Modeling: Use of SharePoint as a repository (storage) for processes, glossaries and many other model elements. Infrastructure for migration of existing process models from other manufacturers in Microsoft Visio / SharePoint-based process portals
  • Support From technical documentation through to automatic generation of executable code (Code Generation): Workflow solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft BizTalk or other platforms, the supported formats are BPEL, XPDL and XAML
  • Identification of potential improvements and  process streamlining using simulation.
  • Documentation and re-documentation of Microsoft SharePoint Solutions SemTalk Site Builder: Specification, generation and documentation of the Microsoft SharePoint structures ( not included in standard SemTalk version)
  • Documentation and re-documentation of IT architectures
  • Ontologies: A graphical OWL Editor
  • SemTalk Services - The SemTalk Portal:  Comfortably publish your models using the extensive capabilities of SemTalk Services.  Portals can be directly integrated with Microsoft SharePoint portal data or they can be stand-alone portals on a web server.  Once published, users are able to move easily within your process world using a standard browser.  Users are also able to get further process information in the form of reports.  In addition, users are able to freely comment on models. More detailed information can be found here.