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Process Mapping Software
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Trying to get a sense of what process mapping tools/ software are being/ have been used by folks out here. Would appreciate if you could please mention:
1. Tool name (visio, powerpoint, lucidchart, etc.)
2. Licence (individual, enterprise, team)
3. Pros/ cons/ experience with tool

thanks!
sromon
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I use visio a lot - and sometimes a service catalog (in visio) is a better choice instead of flow diagram - depends on the business and services rather then processes they perform. NOt sure if this helps or not ...
we have an enterprise licence here at the College and a side from a bit of a learning curve there really is not much to adapting to using MS Visio.
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1 reply by Sromon Das
Feb 07, 2018 10:18 AM
Sromon Das
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that's helpful. thx!
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Feb 07, 2018 10:12 AM
Replying to Paulette Sloat
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I use visio a lot - and sometimes a service catalog (in visio) is a better choice instead of flow diagram - depends on the business and services rather then processes they perform. NOt sure if this helps or not ...
we have an enterprise licence here at the College and a side from a bit of a learning curve there really is not much to adapting to using MS Visio.
that's helpful. thx!
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Visio, individual. I use it just for the visual aspects of creating swimlane diagrams, value stream diagrams, etc. No real downside except it's not always part of a stakeholder's desktop application suite...

Kiron
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1 reply by Sromon Das
Feb 07, 2018 1:13 PM
Sromon Das
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thx Kiron
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I normally use visio and we have the enterprise license.
I think it's easy to align objects, and if necessary it will automatically expand the diagram to another page. The cons is that when you want to transfer your diagram into a different program, the image doesn't always transfer exactly as it appears.
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1 reply by Sromon Das
Feb 07, 2018 1:14 PM
Sromon Das
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thx Anish
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I normally use Bizagi Modeler, this is a free tool that uses BPMN 2.0 estándar to model business process
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Feb 07, 2018 1:14 PM
Sromon Das
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thx Marco. haven't heard of that tool so will check it out

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Feb 07, 2018 11:12 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Visio, individual. I use it just for the visual aspects of creating swimlane diagrams, value stream diagrams, etc. No real downside except it's not always part of a stakeholder's desktop application suite...

Kiron
thx Kiron
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Feb 07, 2018 11:32 AM
Replying to Anish Abraham
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I normally use visio and we have the enterprise license.
I think it's easy to align objects, and if necessary it will automatically expand the diagram to another page. The cons is that when you want to transfer your diagram into a different program, the image doesn't always transfer exactly as it appears.
thx Anish
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Feb 07, 2018 12:37 PM
Replying to Marco Garcia
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I normally use Bizagi Modeler, this is a free tool that uses BPMN 2.0 estándar to model business process
thx Marco. haven't heard of that tool so will check it out

/sd
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ARIS Express and Bizagi are good choices as this tools support BPMN.
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I have used Visio in the past (and present too!). I also use mind mapping software to create quick org, relationships, or hierarchies. MM is really great when you need to think quick, do it visually while listening to others with simple tabbing to create relationships.
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