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Alex Moffat, Damion Heredia, Phil Gilbert, Petko Chobantonov, Daniela Chobantonova, Morten Moeller, Chris Miles, Scott Bonneau: Method for calculating business process durations. Lombardi Software November 18, 2008: US07454310

Provided is a system and method for calculating a time duration for a process or portion of a process. A timing interval based upon a single business process view can function regardless of multiple execution process paths. The claimed subject matter separates the business process definition from th ...


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Alex Moffat, Damion Heredia, Phil Gilbert, Petko Chobantonov, Daniela Chobantonova, Morten Moeller, Chris Miles, Scott Bonneau: Business method for continuous process improvement. Lombardi Software December 8, 2005: US20050273352-A1

Provided is a business method for continuous process improvement that separates the business implementation of a business from the technical implementation of the business. The functional process is defined in terms of tracking points, each tracking point associated with a tracking structure. Tracki ...


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Alex Moffat, Damion Heredia, Phil Gilbert, Petko Chobantonov, Daniela Chobantonova, Morten Moeller, Chris Miles, Scott Bonneau: Method of separating reporting definitions from execution definitions in a business process. Lombardi Software November 10, 2005: US20050251436-A1

Provided is a system and method for separating a reporting and execution definitions in a business process management system such that a change in the execution definition does not affect the reporting definition. Reporting and execution definitions are separated by defining tracking definitions and ...


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Alex Moffat, Damion Heredia, Phil Gilbert, Petko Chobantonov, Daniela Chobantonova, Morten Moeller, Chris Miles, Scott Bonneau: Method for calculating business process durations. Lombardi Software November 10, 2005: US20050251793-A1

Provided is a system and method for calculating a time duration for a process or portion of a process. A timing interval based upon a single business process view can function regardless of multiple execution process paths. The claimed subject matter separates the business process definition form th ...


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Alex Moffat, Damion Heredia, Phil Gilbert, Petko Chobantonov, Daniela Chobantonova, Morten Moeller, Chris Miles, Scott Bonneau: Method of exposing normalized data as denormalized tables. Lombardi Software May 4, 2006: US20060095413-A1

Provided is a system and method for retrieving data from a database such that a query can be implemented simply and without regard to the actual structure of the database. The claimed method provides virtual tables, or “tracking groups,” that correspond to a business process and then, via a custom d ...



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