|Overview: Business Pattern|
A highly optimized and well known solution to a common business problem.
Avoids waste due to reinvention
What is a Business Pattern?
John Spacey, updated on February 13, 2017
A business pattern is a well known solution to a common business problem. Patterns are used to avoid wasting resources solving problems that already have a highly optimized solution.
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