APQC, a global resource for process improvement, today released a new business process framework for the banking sector. The new. Rick, APQC has a process classification framework for banking that might suit your initial needs. Here is a link for more information. The Baldrige Program, established in with the help of APQC founder Jack documentation, Wolfe took each task and activity within APQC’s Banking PCF.

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Containing none of the words. IBM provided the subject matter expertise and intellectual property to develop and donate these industry PCFs in support of open standards. Those are some great resources. Does anyone know of a high level process model like SCOR for manufacturing for the banking industry? It has a federated structure.

APQC Process Classification Framework (PCF) – Banking PCF – Excel Version 7.2.1

That way, using semantic applications you can execute processes described as stages or states in which banknig business object can transit.

On that page you will find a link to an example of “ISO” implementation. Here is a link for more information. If you can consider “states” in the business objects, semantic applications allow “dynamic categorisation” in different states according to the properties of a business object.

You can find examples of semantic applications here.


APQC Process Classification Framework (PCF) – Banking PCF – PDF Version

Is that intentional, or possible to fix? As a result, APQC releases industry-specific frameworks to enable faster, more relevant use and comparisons.

I am hoping to find E2E value chains and at least one level of processes below that. University relations public page.

Skip to main content. Also message definition files and examples are provided. I had already looked at that one.

APQC Process Classification Framework (PCF) – Banking PCF- PDF Version

Advanced search Containing any of the words. More information about formatting options. Comment by Kevin Miller. Unfortunately they are not yet supported by ARIS tools. Posted by Rick Bosworth.

Looking at the website, don’t forget to consult the manuals in collumns “msg definition report”, model and diagrams. Hope the information is broad enough to help you find your way out. You can find them here. Also, Aoqc was hoping bankibg something more along the lines of value chains ilke OrderCash, HireRetire, etc. An example of what you can find as informtion is available here. Rick, APQC has a process classification framework for banking that might suit your initial needs.

I didn’t get the feeling that is was very specific to banking, it still feels very manufacturing-like. This norm, very well documented hereis to my understanding a very good start for processing financial information and transactions. Process Classification Frameworks Published: Those messages would be best supported and documented by BPMN choreographies. If you do not have Excel installed on your computer, then the file will not open.


This is the revised version of the Banking PCF and was released in Comment by Rick Bosworth. Does anyone have one that they would be willing to share? The downloadable Excel file is missing Glossary terms for quite a few entries on section 5. Like a shared language, organizations need to make apples-to-apples comparisons to obtain accurate benchmarks and metrics. Comment by Eddy Vanderlinden.

December 9, Author: Hi Rick, You can get parts of the finance ontology which interest you. This is a Microsoft Excel template. If you encounter issues with the download, we recommend right-clicking the download button, selecting “save target as So, meanwhile BPMN collaboration diagrams have to be used.

Topics Process and Performance Management. High level process model for Banking. While cross-industry content is valuable, APQC recognizes that for some industries it is more difficult to apply, and nuances in processes may occur by industry. Effective benchmarking requires common definitions and processes.