Unicist Functional Design

Using Binary Actions to ensure Results

Functional Design: Managing the Fundamentals of Solutions

The Functional design was developed to make the ontological knowledge of the real world accessible. The input to any functional design is the conceptual structure of the functionality of the entity that is being designed and the output is the definition of the operational design that includes the definition of the binary actions and their synchronicity and the design of the business objects.

Unicist Functional Design + Binary Actions

The unicist functionalist approach to business is based on the use of functional design to manage the functionality of business processes including the development of binary actions. Binary actions are two synchronized actions, sustained by business objects, that aim at the same purpose to ensure the achievement of results.

Value Proposition

Intelligent Applications:
the functional design of processes ends in synchronized binary actions included in intelligent applications

Using Binary Actions: design of processes includes the use of binary actions that manage the fundamentals of business functions to ensure results

The Use of Ontogenetic Maps: allows managing the root causes of processes building cobots and ensure the generation of results

Unicist Logic
Unicist Binary Action Designer

Synchronized Binary Actions:
to simplify the generation and achievement of results in adaptive environments

Using Business Objects:
to simplify processes and increase the effectiveness of adaptive business processes

Unicist Business Object Designer

The Use of Pilot Tests:
to provide a safe framework to develop innovative business solutions

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