ARONTO is designed for multiple applications, built from the ground up on a Knowledge Graph as a database with a unified user interface. In other words, there is only one database for all data referenced by all functionality of the application. ARONTO shows its elegance in developing applications with complex data models, workflow automation and analysis. Below are four core tools for creating rich, knowledge-based use cases.

Business Explorer:

Flexible reporting and analysis tool for strategic analysis and decision support. It includes semantic search, reporting and analysis functions.

Asset Management:

Asset Management is a systematic approach to the governance and creation of value from the things that a group of organization is responsible for throughout their life cycles. It can apply to tangable assets such as buildings or eqipment or intangable assets such as human capital, intellectual property or financial assets. An asset management application with its business objects such as products, services, buildings or systems can be configured in ARONTO with a lifecycle process.

Workflow Automation:

A workflow management application in which one can map and automate recurring work processes can be configured with ARONTO as a model. It connects roles, teams and business objects. Such a model can be run directly as  an application. Tasks are made available for teams to work on in a task list. The automation and service level monitoring ensures that all participants are provided with business objects, information, activities and actions at the right time in the context of their task harvest, organize, consume.

 ARONTO base filling:

The foundation of ARONTO is the knowledge base, embodied by the ARONTO Enterprise Ontology. It forms the information base, a structured network of information, logical relationships and rules. All that information sets we call concepts and over 400 concepts are allready developed and predefined and taken over from the Telemanagement Forum TMF. They include default data, standard processes, default roles, standard user, standard workgroups, languages and text, menus, rules, semantics and adapters.