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Sparx Systems Releases Enterprise Architect 10

Enterprise Architect 10 Release Highlights

Sparx has release a new version of Enterprise Architect. This tool is by far the best software engineering tool available on the market today. I have been using it as my primary tool for Enterprise and Software Architecture for years now. If you have never checked it out, now is as good as time as any. Below is some of the information about the product along with links to more information.

Enterprise Architect 10
Enterprise Architect 10 provides powerful new tools for user interface simulation, impact analysis, improved model documentation, enhanced project management and much more. New tools and technologies include SysML 1.3, GML, Document Fragments and Profile Helpers for extending UML.

Enterprise Architect 10 Release Highlights:

Enterprise Architect 10 is a collaborative modeling, design and management platform based on UML 2.4.1 and related standards. Agile, intuitive and extensible with fully integrated, powerful domain specific high-end features at a fraction of the cost of many competitors. An enterprise wide solution for visualizing, analyzing, modeling, testing and maintaining a wide range of systems, software, processes and architectures. Team based, with a proven track record and over 300,000 users worldwide; Enterprise Architect is the scalable, standards compliant toolset that is perfect for your next project.

Here is a comprehensive list of all it's features in the current release.

To learn more check out the Resources & Tutorials available.

To try it, just go download it here.

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Tad Anderson has been doing Software Architecture for 18 years and Enterprise Architecture for the past few.

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