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Event: IIBA® Business Analysis Professional Day
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Date: 19th October 2015 (8am-5pm)
The IIBA® Business Analysis Professional Day is a highly interactive, conference-style event and is the official conference of the IIBA Australia Chapter. Attendees from a diverse range of industries will have the opportunity to share ideas about how to face the challenges of modern business analysis.
The Business Analysis Professional Day will include a number of specialist streams from some of the most respected experts in the world of business analysis who will share practical skills that can be immediately put to use
The event is an excellent networking opportunity. Attendees from a diverse range of industries will have the opportunity to share ideas about how to face the challenges of modern business analysis.
Whether you are new to business analysis or an advanced practitioner, the Business Analysis Professional Day will help you to advance your skills and knowledge.
Sparx Systems - Silver Sponsor
Sparx Systems proudly supports this event as a Silver Sponsor and will be in attendance to showcase Enterprise Architect.
Attendees to this event will also be able talk to key personnel from Sparx Systems to discuss how Enterprise Architect can be used in their business environment.
Modeling ArcGIS Geodatabases with Enterprise Architect 12
Are you getting started with ArcGIS geodatabase design and wondering how UML can help?
Have you worked with ArcGIS for years and want a better way to design and share schemas?
We'll show you how to design, validate and generate a simple geodatabase from the ground up.
In this webinar you will learn how to:
Model a geodatabase schema using UML and Enterprise Architect 12
Check the semantics of your model with a powerful validation tool
Implement your design using ArcCatalog
We encourage you to Register Today.
IIBA has signed a collaborative agreement with Sparx Systems Pty Ltd.
IIBA is committed to forging value-add relationships with corporations, associations and business stakeholders to create greater connections and engagements across the business analysis community. These new Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) will provide support, products, services and connections to practitioners and their organizations, which will help them deliver a strong BA practice and achieve organizational success.
The IIBA has more information on their website.
Sparx Systems Pty Ltd.
Sparx Systems and IIBA share similar interests and commitment in expanding the value each provide to their respective stakeholders. By supporting each other’s efforts in specific areas, this new collaboration will provide greater value to IIBA Membership, Sparx Systems users and the overall business community.
Key outcomes will include:
- The potential integration of BABOK® Guide v3 with Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect (EA)
- Offer access to possible references, tools and extensions to increase productivity and performance on all levels of their business activity
- Support business analysis and related practices through IIBA Chapter events, including presentations on business architecture, process modeling, and other related techniques, as well as vendor tool demos and user group discussions
- Joint approach to access new networks and relationships with other markets
- Develop a strategic approach to engage academic institutions through outreach and research programs
Please read the attached press release for more information.
Sparx Systems has been recognized for it's leadership in providing quality technology in support of Service Oriented Architecture Technology related modeling.
CIOReview recently published a list of the "...20 most promising SOA Solution Providers, listing the best vendors and consultants who provide key technology solutions and services related to SOA." CIOReview is a technology magazine that talks about the enterprise solutions that can define the business goals of enterprises of tomorrow.
Enterprise Architect implements the OMG’s Service oriented architecture Modeling Language (SoaML), which provides a standards-based approach to modeling SOA solutions using the UML.
As a natural complement to SoaML, Enterprise Architect also supports the Service Oriented Modeling Framework (SOMF), which encourages a holistic view of enterprise software entities via a technology-independent notation. The SOMF modeling notation provides an intuitive approach to visualize “used-to-be”, “as-is” and “to-be” states of the enterprise service portfolio.
CIO Review's 20 Most Promising Service Oriented Architecture Technology Providers of 2015
Read the full article: http://www.sparxsystems.com/bin/cio-review-soa.pdf
Top 20 list: http://ea.cioreview.com/vendors/2015/20special1
Sparx Systems has been regarded highly in a recent publication of CIO Review magazine, identifying the company as a benchmark vendor within the Enterprise Architecture space.
Following on from CIOReview's inclusion of Sparx Systems within the 2015 BPM Top 20 list, the review process is conducted with the support of industry experts, identifying vendors who "... have exhibited vast knowledge and in-depth expertise in delivering EA related solutions."
An active and informative Sparx Community is one of the driving forces that support Sparx Systems in being recognized in this space; a highly collaborative Community membership who share their experiences underpins the global appeal of Enterprise Architect.
CIO Review's 20 Most Promising Enterprise Architecture Technology Providers of
EA User Group - Canberra Australia - September 2015
Date: Wednesday 16th September 2015 (3-6pm)
You are invited to the Canberra Enterprise Architect User’s Group meeting at the Botanical Gardens auditorium on Wed 16 Sep 2015 (3-6pm).
As well as hearing from a number of Enterprise Architect users, the event provides an excellent networking opportunity.
If you are unable to make it to the event, please pass this invite to a colleague.
RSVP: 11 September 2015
3-5pm, presentations and question time;
- Using Sparx as an Enabler for our Statistical Business Transformation Program – Australian Bureau of Statistics – Helen Toole
- Foundation Spatial Data Framework Model Registry – ANZLIC/GA Brian Sloan/Graham Logan
- Enterprise Architect in Geoscience Australia – Irina Bastrakova
- Sparx Systems Update
5-6pm; Networking and Drinks
Factoring has been around for hundreds, if not thousands of years and today the global worth of the factoring business is estimated to be over €2.25 trillion.
Partho Chakraborty and Arvind Sonmale, recently published a book called “Factoring - A Powerful Tool in the World of Finance”. In this publication Enterprise Architect was used to create the Business Process models using BPMN 2.0.
Factoring as means of finance is very ancient and there has been much written on the topic. What we currently see on Factoring can be considered the classical form.
Today the customer is very discerning and wants more and the aim of this book is to go beyond classical factoring.
This book is in 3 parts and introduces new topics and techniques, with a lot of examples and some live cases. It contains many graphical examples, some of which are unique as it gives information on and traces our history on this ancient monetary system while providing a view of factoring and it’s value in a modern context.
Published by Notion Press, the book is available through Amazon.
Enterprise Architect 12 is a major milestone release of Sparx Systems' award-winning modeling platform. Significant user interface enhancements make it easier to navigate the model, access element properties and create a personalized look and feel. Hundreds of updates and new tools make your modeling more productive than ever!
Scott Hebbard and Ben Constable review some release highlights:
- New tools for wireframing, database engineering and XML schema development
- Enhanced Testing, Project Management and superior Model Merge
- Major UI updates and faster navigation with Portals
To suit users in different time zones, we will hold two sessions – each 60 minutes in duration.
Sparx Systems Recognized for Innovation and Industry Leadership
Sparx Systems has been recognized in the SD Times 100 as a leader in the application life-cycle management and development tools category.
Sparx Systems is very proud to have been named in the SD Times 100 list for the last seven years.
Visit the SD Times website to read more about the 2015 Winners.
To learn more about the award winning Enterprise Architect, visit www.sparxsystems.com
Since 2008 Sparx Systems has been supporting international communities to improve how spatial data is held by public authorities to support environmental policy.
Enterprise Architect has been used to improve the harmonization of spatial data and facilitate the interoperability of spatial services, ensuring greater sharing of the data between public authorities and on-line access by the public.
INSPIRE was founded on the basis of five issues that were identified as presenting obstacles to this objective: missing or incomplete spatial data, incomplete descriptions of spatial data, difficulty to combine different spatial data sets, inaccessibility of spatial data and various barriers to data sharing.
Issue No 52 of the EC European Forum for Science and Industry newsletter, published in May 2015, highlights the success of the INSPIRE JRC and Sparx Systems relationship involving “ technical leadership in creating this spatial data infrastructure, coordinating the work of hundreds of experts from the public and private sectors in Europe to develop the common standards for spatial data for environmental related policy making.”