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Business Process Life Cycle

The various stages of a revenue transaction; includes the business process flow in order of the transfer from one process to the next for stakeholder inclusion purposes.

A logical grouping of the enterprise in transactional dependency view for global standards and investment based on the rule without distractions from the functional or political nuances for design and strategy purposes.  Allows the standards for outcome, performance and target state architectures. 

Enterprise Architecture
Aligns the technology to the systems based on the flow of transactions either logically for immediate results to ensure alignment of the future investments.  A stakeholder map in an event driven architecture that has the opportunity to converge with standards for quality and general accounting accepted practices. 
Business Architecture
Enables the process hierarchy in an event driven hierarchy to promote the information architecture and transaction flow for re-use.  Would be a logical grouping for the target, performance and outcome models. 

Impact and Dependency Logic
A change proposed by one organization impacts others in the work flow beyond the organization making the request.

Notice the small incremental arrows building across the life cycle at the lower section of the graphic, these reflect the electronic record build upon the first record. 
Not re-keying the same information rather adding to the transaction records that have different names yet should be the same or restart at the beginning.  

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