A business object is used to represent a real-world entity or concept that is relevant to a particular business domain. Business objects are abstract representations of the key components of a business, such as customers, products, transactions, and processes, that are used to model and understand the operations of an organization.
For example, the “business object” symbol might be used to represent a customer in a retail business. This symbol might be connected to other symbols, such as “products” or “transactions,” to show how customers interact with the retail business and purchase products. Similarly, the “business object” symbol might be used to represent a product in the retail business and show how it is sold to customers and how it is managed by the business.