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Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:18

Factoring and Enterprise Architect

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.

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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.

 

http://www.sparxsystems.com/resources/webinar/release/ea12/enterprise-architect-12-overview.html

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Monday, 01 June 2015 23:37

SDTimes 100 2015

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

 

 

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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.”

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Monday, 27 April 2015 03:47

Sparx Systems - CIO Review Cover Story

Cover Story

Sparx Systems CEO & Founder, Geoffrey Sparks is featured on the Cover of the March Edition of the CIO Review. Learn more about Sparx Systems and how to master enterprise processes using Enterprise Architect.

Sparx Systems’ inclusion in the CIO Review BPM Technology Special is based on its capability to provide technology solutions to streamline operations in a faster, less resource-intensive manner, while keeping costs under control.

At the front of stage in this recognition is the Sparx Systems flagship product, Enterprise Architect, an integrated modeling, design and construction platform that is redefining business process modeling.  The Enterprise Architect platform allows business process diagrams and models to exist within the more global context of the architectural and systems environment, while supporting the modeling of enterprise architectures, software and hardware systems and other key aspects of the modern business environment.

A distinguished panel of CEOs, CIOs,CMOs, VCs, analysts, and the CIO Review editorial board has selected top BPM Solution Providers from over three hundred companies. Read the article to see why Sparx Systems was recognized as one of the 20 Most Promising BPM Technology Solution providers.

 

Download the PDF from the link above to read the full article.

 

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References

Vendor Profile:

http://bpm.cioreview.com/vendor/2015/sparx_systems

Digital Copy of the CIO Review Magazine:

BPM Technology Special (March 2015)

http://magazine.cioreview.com/March-2015/BPM/

 

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Enterprise Architect User Group

Sparx Systems hosted the 2015 Canberra Enterprise Architect User Group in April 2015.  The User Group included a number of presentations from partners located across Australia, Asia and the US. 

 

Scott Hebbard, Communications Manager at Sparx Systems provided a brief overview of Enterprise Architect 12.

 

 

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Any business can benefit, from the solid foundation that standardization brings. The development of new technologies and opportunities, to share and enhance existing practices, are just two of the many benefits, to be derived. Furthermore the economies introduced by standardization dramatically reduce tooling and process duplication while increasing the competency of the work force while the efficiency and effectiveness of standards can ultimately save lives.

However, for enduring economic health and prosperity, the adoption of standards that support interoperability between business partners, is essential. In recent history there has never been a period of standards development like that which we are currently experiencing. Communication circles the globe in a click while global competition is on our doorstep 24x7 and legislation-driven change is creating a tsunami of disruption and opportunity where standards offer navigation and increased survivability. 

Interoperability,- that is, the ability to transfer and use information in a uniform and efficient manner across multiple organizations and information technology systems- underpins the level of benefits accruing to enterprises, government and the wider economy through e-commerce.  To enable two information systems to interoperate, they have to be implemented based upon a mutually agreed set of specifications covering both the business aspects (e.g. how the business activities of one party interact with those of its business partners, what the legal consequences of such interactions are, what information needs to be sent from one party to another, the semantics behind the exchanged information, etc.) and the technical aspects (e.g. what protocol and message format should be used to send information from one party to another).

Successful communication has traditionally been effected by laborious and error prone processes.  It takes the “dedicated” quite some time, to gain a degree of familiarity with the dense and interconnected style in which XML schema specification is written. Most people simply cannot afford such a luxury. Meanwhile on the receiving end the user finds it very difficult to decide whether the error is in their schema/instance or a bug in their processor.

In the standards area the Schema Composer in EA 12 represents a key enabling technology.  Standards and frameworks such as NIEM and SWIFT provide the grammar to communicate between organisations and at low level, this requires a common information model. The Schema Composer allows an organisation to quickly create XML files in XSD which specifies how to formally describe the elements in an XML document. This description can be used to verify that each item of content in a document adheres to the description of the element in which the content is to be placed, enabling propagation of data between different organisations. With these types of data interchange you want to be able to define various interchanges that support communication of details from sub-sections of your broader schema. For example, as a vehicle manufacturer you may want a data interchange with a parts supplier which involves a different data interchange that you would have to a retailer selling your models. These can involve different data sets, with specific data types, from the same overall schema.

For more information or to evaluate the Schema Composer please visit www.sparxsystems.com and download a copy of Enterprise Architect version 12

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Enterprise Architect User Group

Sparx Systems hosted the 2015 Canberra Enterprise Architect User Group in April 2015.  The User Group included a number of presentations from partners located across Australia, Asia and the US.

 

 


Chris Armstrong from the Armstrong Process Group presented on the National Information Exchange Model.  His presentation also included a live demonstration that helped show how easy it is to build a schema using Enterprise Architect 12.

APG's mission is to "Align information technology and systems engineering capabilities with business strategy using proven, practical processes delivering world-class results.”

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When: Thursday, May 28, 2015
Where: Minneapolis, Minneapolis Airport Marriott
Address: 2020 American Boulevard East Bloomington MN 55425 

Sparx Systems would like to invite you to the upcoming Enterprise Architect Conference being held in Minneapolis, MN - May 28th hosted by Sparx Partner: APG.

Click here to Register

Have a Sparx Enterprise Architect topic you would like to present? The deadline for speaker submissions has now been extended until the 8th of April.

Call for speaker submissions

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Wednesday, 01 April 2015 23:09

Canberra Enterprise Architect User Group

Sparx Systems invites you to the upcoming live event,

 

Enterprise Architect User Group - Canberra, April 2015

We invite you to the Sparx Systems Canberra User Group meeting to be held on Wednesday 15 April 2015. This meeting will introduce Enterprise Architect 12, NIEM, TOGAF and discuss aspects of the North American Market. The meeting will be held at the Auditorium in the Australian National Botanic Gardens from 3.00pm to 6.00pm.

Please book early as seats are limited. Refreshments will be provided.

This event will also feature the following Guest Speakers:

  • Chris Armstrong, CEO of Armstrong Process Group (APG) presenting on TOGAF and NIEM
  • Wally McLaughlin, Sales Director from APG will discuss the use of Enterprise Architect in North America
  • Veritec will be presenting on how Enterprise Architect is being used at the Department of Finance
  • OMNILINK will present on how Enterprise Architect is being used to improve software applications
  • Scott Hebbard, Communications Manager at Sparx Systems, will provide an overview of Enterprise Architect 12
  • Vish Viswanathan, Managing Principal of CC&C Solutions will discuss TOGAF and how to "go all the way with EA" to help customers

 

We invite you to register for this live event in Canberra.

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