The Dynamic Condition Response graph (DCR graph) is a BPM methodology and IT-technology.
DCR has been developed in cooperation between the IT University of Copenhagen and Exformatics. DCR is a cloud-based BPM solution, which is used by companies and organizations all over the world. DCR is a method and a digital tool that makes it possible to describe and simulate workflows and business processes in a more agile way than is currently possible with traditional tools and methodologies. DCR retains the flexibility of the workflow and demonstrates how processes meet business, regulatory and compliance requirements. The digital workflows in DCR can be embedded and modified in real time in the IT systems. In 2016 the DCR solution was finalist for the recognized, global price, BPM Awards.
The DCR graph is a solution to the complicated, practical challenge of describing complex processes in detail. Out of necessity, simplified versions are often made in regards to depicting process, often by using inadequate flow charts, which only support simplified versions of the process and do not fully satisfy the organisation’s actual needs. Instead of flow charts, DCR graphs focus on: goals, activities and rules.
The many benefits related to DCR graphs consist of:
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