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Monday, 23 May 2011 12:54

CaliberRM – Enterprise Architect Integration Add-In Demonstration Webinar from Dunstan Thomas

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Dunstan Thomas Holdings Ltd

On the 16th of June 2011 Dunstan Thomas will be broadcasting a free to attend webinar to demonstrate the CaliberRM / Enterprise Architect Integration Add-In. This webinar will be hosted by Phil Chudley, Principal Consultant & OMG Certified UML Professional at Dunstan Thomas.

CaliberRM is a requirements management tool from Microfocus and is widely used by organisations to manage their corporate requirements.

Enterprise Architect is a modelling tool focusing on UML and Business Process Modelling from SparxSystems and is used extensively by organisations for all their modelling needs.

A common need is for corporations to manage traceability between their Models and their Requirements. Whilst Enterprise Architect can capture Requirements it is not really a Requirements Management tool per se, and CaliberRM has no modelling functionality at all.

The objective of this Add-In is therefore to implement an integration bridge between the two products, specifically the ability to import and synchronise Requirements from CaliberRM into Enterprise Architect modelling projects where the traceability can be managed and reported.

Agenda

The agenda for this webinar is as follows;

  • Why the add-in has been created
  • Overview of add-in design
  • The functionality provided
  • Demonstration of the add-in
  • Next steps in development
  • Availability

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To register you interest for this webinar please email us with your name, company, telephone number and email address along with the title of the webinar you wish to register for. We'll then send you login details for the webinar on the week prior to the event. Register your interest here.

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Sam Nice

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