This paper presents The Event Model (TEM) as a means to design, develop, implement, and maintain event-driven applications. The friendly, yet rigorous, representation of the event logic in Excel-like tables makes the model accessible to people lacking IT skills. The Event Model follows the model driven engineering approach and can be classified as a CIM (Computation Independent Model). The goal is to strive for automatic transformation along with the model driven engineering. In this paper we provide a methodology to transform the CIM into a running event driven application. We demonstrate our methodology using an example taken from mobile phone fraud detection.