Prototype Building of Functionalist Business Solutions

The functionalist approach to business is materialized in the development and testing of prototypes. It uses a set of tools that include functionalist design, conceptual mapping, task building, automation, logical rules, and pilot testing.

It is based on the use of the functionalist principles of business processes which define the binary actions that make them work to develop solutions in the context of customer orientation and adaptability introduced by the 4th Industrial Revolution.

A Unicist Functionalist Design tool for Business Solutions

Prototype building is based on the use of the Unicist Functionalist Designer, which defines the actions that need to be developed and the different types of business objects that will be used.

According to the level of complexity, which is defined by feedback dependence, the solutions vary from being autonomous to being integrated with the restricted and wide context.

The solutions developed with the designer include the definition of the binary actions that need to be installed and their synchronicity, the business objects to drive and catalyze the processes that will be included, and the tools that will be used.

A Conceptual Mapping/BPMN tool for Business Processes

The output of the functionalist designer is transformed into a conceptual map/BPMN that defines the unified field of the solution that allows defining an operational output.

The conceptual map defines on the one hand the functions that are being managed, the functionalist principles involved and the fundamentals of the processes.

It describes the functional processes of the solution which establish the synchronicity and interdependence of the actions that are implicit. It provides a complete picture of the solution that can be transformed into operational processes.

A Task Building Tool to define Operational Prototypes

A workflow building tool is used to develop a prototype of the operational processes that follow the synchronicity defined in the conceptual design.

This tool allows building unidirectional processes and requires developing different pathways of the processes included in the unified field of the solutions that are integrated by an integrative automation tool.

The output of this stage is a functional solution that allows being tested using destructive tests that allow finding the limits of the validity of the solution and of the functionality of the processes. The prototype is the input for the final design of the solution.

An Automation tool to Integrate and Automate Prototypes

The prototypes developed imply the use of adaptive automation. The adaptability of the processes depends on the needs of the end users of the processes.

The tool that is used allows establishing bidirectional flow of information that allows generating lateral inputs to the workflow established and making independent processes using the output of the processes.

The automation manages the synchronicity of the binary actions established in the functionalist design, that were transformed into logical processes. This tool uses the unicist logic to establish the synchronicity of actions

Using Unicist Logic and Unicist AI to design Business Cobots

When needed, the unicist logic and the unicist AI are used to develop cobots to increase efficiency

Unicist Cobots are collaborative business robots that sustain human activities. They simplify businesses by managing the functionality of their processes. They are the core entity of the management of businesses in the 4th industrial revolution.

They became possible due to the discovery and development of unicist logic and the development of unicist AI that allow defining and implementing the binary actions that are needed to ensure results in businesses.

Using Teaching Cobots to Transfer Technologies to Clients

Teaching cobots (collaborative robots) were developed to simplify technology transfer programs and graduate educational processes allowing professors and counselors to focus on the learning processes of the participants.

Learning to manage the functionality of business processes requires the use of an action-reflection-action process and learning-the use of technologies by-teaching activities.

Here you can experience the functionality of a teaching cobot to transfer the basics of the technologies used in functionalist education and integrate them with the benchmarks that are presented.