MaestroTM is a cohesive enterprise model for exploring, evaluating and demonstrating business workflows using ERP and ERP-like systems, with an emphasis on processes related to parts, projects, material, issues and people. Maestro is based on a well-defined fictional going concern – the Swift Construction Company.
Maestro uses the Swift Construction Company (the SCC) as a backdrop to explore design, manufacturing and sales processes, and to demonstrate how various teams can benefit from direct access to a variety of information, including parts, projects, material (serialized or otherwise controlled), issues and people.
Maestro is an open source project, licensed according to the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International Public License. This license encourages the return of derived works to the project to the benefit of all. The purpose of the Maestro project is to create, as a community, a shared data set for demonstrating business processes and integration opportunities.
Maestro functionality is grouped into the following modules:
- Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
- Materials Management
- Document Management
- Project Management
- Issue Management
- Human Resource Management
- Training Management
- Customer Relationship Management
MaestroTM is a trademark of Dale Scott.