Modeling of business processes of project financing

Denis Yur'evich Samygin (Penza State University)
Olesya Sergeevna Shorokhova (Penza State University)
Marina Olegovna Egorova (Penza State University)

Abstract


Need of transformation of means of support of project financing for commercial banks is proved. The analysis and modeling of business processes of project management by the contextual chart and the chart of decomposition is carried out that allowed to describe the main stages of project financing. With use of tools of programming the business application of project management which will promote operational assessment on selection of introduced drafts is created.

Keywords


project management; business processes; business analytics; information system; investment project; efficiency of the project; modeling of business processes; computer support; process approach

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jesr.v1i1.390

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