Business process modeling has a long history of development. Encapsulated in a broader notion of BPM (business process management) it was researched together with the analysis, design, implementation, optimization and monitoring of business processes (Sanz, 2014). In this work we analyze how to cope with different semantic backgrounds in a multi-organizational setting when the integration scope of the company grows. This research paves the way towards ad-hoc business process altering in the concept of SoEA and results in updating the business model selecting business services from the virtual SOA and represents the basis for quickly adjustable “real-time” service-oriented enterprise architectures.
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