Table 4 above shows the first phase of assessment for modeling techniques based on different business process viewpoints. All three of the modeling techniques i.e. EPC, UML and BPMN 2.0 studied here have a freely available meta-model and can, therefore, be extended at any time. They are therefore rated all three with a +. But BPMN 2.0 and UML diagram is favored by most of the business analyst and process managers because of their standardization prominence by OMG. Most notable thing from above evaluation is that process-oriented modeling technique BPMN 2.0, however, succeeded faraway in terms of all four business process perspective with the highest score of +16.From an organizational point of view, behavioral perspective plays a central role while selecting any modeling technique because it directly relates to organizational performance by managing the process workflow among different functional units to optimize and improve their business processes. But a different modeling technique uses more or less the same graphical notations (elements) while modeling any process. There is no way of explaining which methods are best suited in terms of notation. In the second phase of evaluation, we will quantify the result of the first phase by comparing the availability of basic elements like events, functions, branches, and control, data and message flow, responsibilities, data and software systems in Flow Chart, EPC, BPMN and UML diagram (see Table 5).Above mentioned modeling methods are used by many organizations and considered as a standard for good documentation of business processes. They basically include freely accessible graphical notations and common terminology. Other modeling methods like RAD, DFD, Petri Net and many more, are out of questions because they do not fulfill the requirements set out here, for example, they are too difficult to learn, have limited regularity, or that their elements are already controlled in the methods mentioned above.