Moving to dia$par
It will be a real fun and recreation for a qualified CEO to implement a mutual mapping meta-system.
For IT professionals familiar with the years-long suffering caused by implementing mono-functional software for "ABC systems", the simplicity of moving to dia$par will be surprising.
This simplicity is an emergent phenomenon (almost "manifesting" from the technical complexity of mutual mapping); modern technology, developing higher levels of internal complexity, becomes simpler and more convenient for users on the outside.
The research phase of moving to dia$par includes creating a "to be" image of the company: a series of brain storms by the implementation team and dia$par integrator leads to a single vision of how the company should work.
- application developers embody the complete vision of the enterprise "to be" in the initial cybernetic reflection;
- a series of test cases are carried out in all of the business processes to verify the adequacy of the model's parameters;
At this stage, the final "lap" occurs, the result of which should be that the cybernetic model should reflect the real business like a glove fits a hand;
The total time required to implement dia$par, from the research phase to launch, as a rule, corresponds to implementing traditional mono-functional "ABC-systems", but instead of years, it takes months.
The base supply of dia$par is:
- mmizer dia$par.Mirror, a universal system for all dia$par users;
- a simple (as is possible — three million lines of code) implementation of the cybernetic model in dia$par.Matrix.
dia$par.Mirror mmizer performs two functions simultaneously:
a) it generates a virtual reality for the dia$par.Matrix cybernetics model
b) it replicates bidirectional changes in the real organization and its cybernetic model
The base model outlines the contours of general business processes. These are more-or-less universal for all commercial organizations, interpreted into the IEM Paradigm logic.
The purpose of the base model is to be a template for subsequent coloring, that is as the "reflections" in dia$par.Matrix come to approximate the real "colors" of your company.
If the motto of the brilliant sculptor was, "I take the stone and remove all that's unnecessary," then dia$par's motto is, "With pure intelligence, I embody what's needed."
Actually, adapting the base model to an enterprise's realities is the essence of preparing to transition to dia$par.
In addition to the capabilities of the base model, specialized functionalities can be added on, these are separate precisely because not everyone needs them.
Surpassing everything that has come before, dia$par is neither a miracle, nor a panacea.
The limit of dia$par is in replacing a human at the level of operational management.
dia$par's basic cybernetic model is not required for use. The user is totally free to discard it and build their own model, of any size and complexity, from scratch. Any uncontested cybernetic model will, additionally, be maintained and replicated by the universal mmizer of the meta-system with the same success.
Refer to the section "money" to evaluate the financial and time commitments of a project for a specific enterprise.