This research paper explores the most developed methodologies used for multifaceted modeling of organizational structures. It is asserted that the existing methodologies (DEMO – Design and Engineering Methodology for Organizations, BORM – Business Object Relation Modeling and OntoUML) provide tools for analysis of the organization and its business processes through diff erent ways. They lead to diff erent results and make the process of organization modeling complicated. There is no software to support work with these methodologies together. The purpose of this research is to create a unifi ed meta-model (within the Eclipse EMF technology) for a new methodology based on the existing ones and to analyze the completeness of these methodologies for describing enterprise architecture. It will serve as a basis for a new open software platform for multifaceted modeling of the organization. In this research, we have compared the above-mentioned methodologies and concluded that despite the fact that these methodologies provide an analysis of diff erent aspects of organizational structure, they have a common basic set of concepts. This study demonstrates the implementation of the Ecore model that is built on the basis of the selected group of common elements of these methodologies. We have also found that the combination of the considered methodologies contains all the concepts inherent in the systematic approach to the modeling of organizational structure. Furthermore, we have demonstrated the aspects of the organization that can be modeled by the methodologies considered. Using the Zachman framework, it was shown that: the DEMO, BORM and OntoUML methodologies allow us to describe in detail the business processes that take place at diff erent levels of the organization, from the ontological to the datalogical, and therefore provide comprehensive information for the multifaceted modeling of an organization. However, none of the existing methodologies takes the time component and goal-setting into consideration.
The questions of info-logical modeling of integrated systems for information support of strategic management are considered. The positioning of applied modeling methods regarding the enterprise architecture methodology, which is aimed to description of structure of an organization is presented.
The need for integration arises when companies start considering “boundary-less” information flows across a plateau of multiple enterprise information systems. Adding a new application to the system or replacing one of the existing applications requires the establishment of interfaces with a specific software tool for each of them. The classical way to solve this problem in a large-scale organization is to use a central integration platform based on service-oriented architecture (Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)). In this work, we forecast the increase of granularity of services and application of micro-services to enhance traditional SOA in the prototypes of industrial internet and Web 3.0.