Enterprise Architect 13.1310.26 | 106.5 MB
Enterprise Architect is an exceptional tool with high end capabilities and a rich set of features to help manage information and innovate in today's complex and demanding environment. At a price significantly lower than competing tools.
High Value, End-To-End Modeling
Enterprise Architect provides full life cycle modeling for:
Business and IT systems
Software and Systems Engineering
Real-time and embedded development
With built-in requirements management capabilities, Enterprise Architect helps you trace high-level specifications to analysis, design, implementation, test and maintenance models using UML, SysML, BPMN and other open standards.
Enterprise Architect is a multi-user, graphical tool designed to help your teams build robust and maintainable systems.
And using high quality, built-in reporting and documentation, you can deliver a truly shared vision easily and accurately!
Speed, Stability and Performance
Fast! Enterprise Architect users agree - Enterprise Architect is a spectacularly fast performer, loading extremely large models in seconds.
Featuring a high-performance model repository, Enterprise Architect easily accommodates large teams sharing the same view of the enterprise.
With tightly integrated version control capabilities, Enterprise Architect also allows globally distributed teams to collaborate effectively on shared projects.
Bring your models to life using dynamic model simulation.
Verify the correctness of your behavioral models and gain a better understanding of how a business system works.
Use triggers such as pressing a button, flicking a switch or receiving a message to control the execution of your simulations.
Guards determine which path will be taken next based on criteria such as when a valid password is entered.
Take control of your simulations by using Effects to manipulate variables and perform calculations at specific times during a simulation.
Experiment with different choices and make changes to your simulation in a risk averse environment.
By controlling the speed of a simulation, you can slow a system down to observe previously unseen steps.
Use breakpoints to analyze decision making and improve business outcomes.
Simulation can help to improve communication, convey essential business ideas and reduce complexity.
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