2018-06-20T16:36:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What needs improvement with Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect?

Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect.

What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?

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AH
User at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 20
2022-05-15T17:05:00Z
May 15, 2022

One room for improvement in Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect is that it's not very friendly. Another room for improvement in the tool is that it doesn't enable you to import the metadata from a database very easily, so reverse engineering of a database was very difficult. Its database modeling and entity-relationship modeling functions need improvement. An additional feature I'd like to see in the next release of Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect is the re-engineering of databases into logical models, if that feature's not yet there, because I haven't checked.

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AnkushJain - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Consultant - DPA at Infosys
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2022-05-02T14:27:00Z
May 2, 2022

When the model is large, it is a bit slow to render. Also sometimes it is difficult (selecting and holding it) to move a single attribute from one entity in the diagram to another. At times check-in and check-out procedures are slow. Navigating from EA Models to Business Process Models becomes a nightmare if the repository is heavily loaded. I have worked on some other tools which work pretty well in this area. SPARX Systems should consider improving on this point in their upcoming releases.

RM
Product Manager at a construction company with 51-200 employees
Real User
2022-04-07T19:42:18Z
Apr 7, 2022

It can be improved in the area of shared documentation. The idea is that the architecture tool can call back to an enterprise asset, pull that information, and link that as a sub-artifact. Shared environments are a little bit tricky. Looking at it from an enterprise perspective, there should be a much better shared environment. I've got multiple people in different business units. Once I model an object, others should be able to reuse that same object multiple times. Currently, it's a lengthy process to set that up from scratch.

PalcsoAttila - PeerSpot reviewer
CEO at SEP Consulting kft.
Real User
Top 10
2022-02-16T18:38:55Z
Feb 16, 2022

The model integrity is not the same as MagicDraw, so MagicDraw is a bit better as a tool. The integration could be improved.

SR
Sr. Solutions Architect at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
Top 20
2022-01-25T07:26:10Z
Jan 25, 2022

The solution could improve by having more aggressive working sessions with other product vendors. It would be a benefit to have demo sessions where users of the solution can ask questions to product experts and receive answers. For example, people who are struggling with the initial setup. The team setup is very crucial for the success of a tool like this. I don't know if we looked into it properly. However, if some part of it, such as user setup can be automated, then it would be great for adoption. In a future release, they should improve portfolio planning.

ManonVan Rooijen - PeerSpot reviewer
Innovative ICT Architect at a tech company with 201-500 employees
Real User
Top 10
2021-12-27T19:47:00Z
Dec 27, 2021

It would be beneficial to incorporate features like document management usage of video models or PowerPoint visuals that you can import and easily use, instead of having to buy extended modules. When collaborating with other people, it needs to be more user-friendly. I cannot get businesses to use enterprise architect as it is too complicated for them.

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AK
System Architect, SCRUM Product Owner at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-11-24T10:53:56Z
Nov 24, 2021

I have found the solution is lacking options. The general usability needs improvement and more compliance to CML definitions.

LZ
consultant at Government of Saskatchewan
Consultant
Top 20
2021-11-02T18:29:20Z
Nov 2, 2021

I check the Gartner report pretty regularly and I see that Sparx keeps on going down in the rating. The Sparx EA needs to catch up. I believe the one reason is the strategic architecture. Also, other tools might work better for those high-level executives for whom the quality of the diagram is very important. Sometimes these little differences set a product apart.

Anuj Shahi - PeerSpot reviewer
Enterprise Architect at CCandC Solutions
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-10-21T17:35:16Z
Oct 21, 2021

Their technical support is not good in India. I wrote to them because I had a question, but I never got an answer. So, I just left it behind.

Roland Kossow - PeerSpot reviewer
Entrepreneur-Consultant-Developer-Freelance at Dipl.-Ök. Roland Kossow
User
Top 10
2021-09-14T20:50:00Z
Sep 14, 2021

The tool is, to some extent, clumsy and in some areas slow (especially on mid or low-performance workstations). Quite a lot of data entry would be very tedious if you could not develop your own automation or data entry tooling (or have it developed for you). The automatic creation of reports based on the model elements could be improved and overall the diagrams could be more beautiful (or more visually appealing content could be added) to the toolbox. The wireframing support could also be improved and the roadmap capability is not ideal.

Igor Malik - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Solutions Architect Lead at a wholesaler/distributor with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 10
2021-08-04T19:45:37Z
Aug 4, 2021

From a practical point of view, we need speed and reliability for creating a model and doing some really meaningful tasks such as application landscape, refactoring, etc. These are two primary criteria. Sometimes, when you import something, it creates the object duplicates, or it allows you to do something that you're not supposed to do. For example, validation is missing. This could be frustrating because when you work at a high speed, you need to come back and start fixing things that the tool allowed you to go with, which is not quite good. So, there should probably be some internal mechanisms to advise you about what you're doing and what is probably not the best idea. For example, you can do many things with ArchiMate, which is modeling language, but people can interpret many things incorrectly. They start modeling and then realize that it is not a good idea. So, it is not the tool itself. It is probably a combination of the modeling language and the tool that validates it. It would be very good if validation mechanics are embedded in the tool to, at least, advise people that a particular thing is allowed to be done in this way, but doing it would also mean something else that you may not want. The languages themselves are not perfect. In a large company, you have many people doing the modeling. If they interpret things differently and the tool allows them to do that, then you would have to do some rework.

KB
Owner at a marketing services firm with 11-50 employees
MSP
Top 20
2021-07-26T16:58:41Z
Jul 26, 2021

Its documentation is not 100% perfect, but it is good enough. It is powerful, but because it is so powerful, it is sort of arcane. It took me a while to figure out how to use the report generation features effectively. So, it would be really nice if they had a way to make that a little bit more interactive and a little bit more straightforward. Something that is a little bit annoying is that the changes that you make to models are instant and permanent. So, you have to be careful with what you do, and you should do a backup or have some kind of a version control scheme in there. I'm used to Word where you can hit Control+Z and undo what you just did. It is not quite that way in Enterprise Architect. There are cases where the model changes, so you got to be careful with what you do before you change the model.

RH
IT Project Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
2021-06-10T19:32:00Z
Jun 10, 2021

My customers use Bizagi, although I do not. I don't want to change this. What should be improved, however, are the integration capabilities of the solution with Bizagi.

JL
IT Architect at a government with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 20
2021-05-25T18:21:06Z
May 25, 2021

This solution is quite complex to use. It would be nice if the learning curve wasn't so steep. I can't think of any additional features that I would like to see in the next release. There are already plenty; if there were any more, it would only become harder to use.

Artur Chyziewicz - PeerSpot reviewer
Co-Owner at Edusolution s.c.
Real User
Top 5
2021-05-24T11:43:48Z
May 24, 2021

It could be more user-friendly. The tools could be more simple to use. It's a very complex solution. Because I am a business analyst, I use these tools to manage requirements, and I make models in UML, BPMN, and ArchiMate, and it's complex. In the next release, I would like to see more integrations.

MH
Director, Strategy and Consulting at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-05-21T19:22:55Z
May 21, 2021

The UI is a little bit outdated. It should be more fresh and clean. The other thing that I would really love to see improve is the roadmap capabilities. They advertise that you can use Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect to do roadmapping, but I don't think that this is really accurate because the roadmapping capabilities are very basic and you can't really do a lot with them. Also, the Veeva Forms Management capabilities, which are built-in, could be improved. They are okay, but they could be much better as well. I would love to see more emphasis on Agile product development within the tool itself. So, if I am managing an Agile project or a scrum project, I would love to be able to plan my sprints within the tool and manage user stories, use cases, and test cases within the tool itself without the need to use any other tool.

DH
IT Professional at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 20
2021-03-26T06:37:04Z
Mar 26, 2021

Its usability needs to be improved. For non-technical users, it is a little difficult to understand how Enterprise Architect works. Users who are not engineers find it difficult to understand how this tool works. This is something they need to work on. They can develop a BPM model to simulate processes.

Ivan Karev - PeerSpot reviewer
Business Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 10
2021-02-19T21:24:30Z
Feb 19, 2021

One of the drawbacks is that it is oriented on architecture and not user-presented. Also, one of the disadvantages is that it doesn't provide a better representation level for the readers. It is not integrated with solutions such as Confluence or Jira. This is something that is missing in this solution. Because it is oriented on architecture, it is not convenient to use this information for the presentations to our clients. They also have a cloud-based deployment solution and it has a bit more capability to communicate to clients and to the sales team. I would like to see integration with Confluence or any other TRM, and the capability to integrate with the data storage, such as a repository similar to GitHub.

KD
Senior Design Leader at Koninklijke Bam Groep N.v.
Real User
Top 5
2021-02-11T16:56:41Z
Feb 11, 2021

I would like it to be less of a general tool. Currently, it is not a Swiss army knife that can do everything. It is not specialized for our purposes. We are a civil engineering company. We build things. We work mostly in what is known as Infra world in the Netherlands, which comprises objects such as bridges, locks, and water management. We would like to see more focus on such types of projects. It would be nice if it has more specializations. At the moment, it is very generic, and you have to create everything yourself. Our focus is more on user requirement management, which is currently very basic. I would like to see a lot more functionality in this area. Its basic functions for adding user requirements are perfect, but we need more features. Currently, it has limited possibilities for our requirements. I would also like to see better contract management and have it managed in a certain way.

Joshua Shoresh - PeerSpot reviewer
Management Consultant & Architect at Contextual Focus Limited
Consultant
Top 10
2021-02-05T22:05:37Z
Feb 5, 2021

The presentation graphics need to be improved in future builds. It's primarily an architecture tool. Therefore, it's using certain formulas, and they aren't really very useful in terms of presentation graphics for executives. It's an ongoing issue. You do some kind of diagram, you then have to convert it into a Microsoft PowerPoint in order to get a certain look and feel. Otherwise, the design is just too obscure for executives to understand. The product needs better tools for defining report templates. Sparx will generate automated reports based on whatever you select from the repository. It has this templating tool that's very flexible, however, I can't get the damn thing to work properly. It's just not very user-friendly. It's almost like a programming language. That's the thing that we keep coming back to tech support with to say, "What are we doing wrong?" If they offered a better report generating front end that will let someone quickly and easily configure what they want in their reports, that would be very useful.

Maja Jakobik - PeerSpot reviewer
Solutions architect at a government with 5,001-10,000 employees
Real User
Top 10
2021-02-02T14:25:39Z
Feb 2, 2021

The fact that you can do a lot yourself is a plus point, but it also becomes a challenge because you need an understanding of the programming languages to get things to work. It becomes challenging for those who are not very good at programming. You have standard reports, but if you want to make your own reports, you have to program it. Similarly, if you want validations rules, you have to take care of them yourself.

DS
Software Engineer / Application Developer & Systems Engineer at Aptiv PLC
Vendor
Top 20
2020-12-11T19:46:09Z
Dec 11, 2020

Many items are not actually handy, I would say. Many things which should be working - regarding some techniques - are not working and seem to be buggy. Recently, I was trying to perform a task and I was thinking about getting in touch with Sparx about it. However, I started with confirming my concerns with colleagues, and now I would like to somehow report it to Sparx and ask them if the way the task is being handled a bug or feature. For example, there seems to be inheritance between blocks. I know inheritance from programming, and I checked that this mechanism is still working in MagicDrawer. However, it's not working in Enterprise Architect almost at all. Some things which should be inherited are not inherited, or if they are inherited after, let's say, deleting the inheritance dependency that still remains in the target block. It is not logical, at least for a programmer. The solution needs to offer better support for the mobile-based system. Right now, it's not working.

RA
FileMaker Developer, Agile Software Quality Analyst, Consultant, Trainer & UML / BPMN Modeller at ICONIX
Consultant
2020-11-20T21:34:15Z
Nov 20, 2020

The Business Process Modeling or BPM feature can be improved to make it more interactive and user friendly because it is a tool for technical people. My current use is only for business process modeling notation and putting in the icons etc. You need to take them in as a class, which makes things very complex. Because of this complexity, it is not an easy-to-handle solution. Enterprise Architect is not very good for mockups. We cannot create user screens and other similar kinds of stuff, which is bad. For these things, we prefer to use Axure RP and other similar solutions. They should either remove this feature from this product or provide some kind of connectivity with Axure RP so that people can do better mockups of screens and import them. They need to augment and strengthen the BPM feature, which is the main feature. They need to put in some elements like artificial intelligence and augmented reality. They should look into such features because these things are coming up.

MD
Process specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 10Leaderboard
2020-11-17T08:48:59Z
Nov 17, 2020

The interface is not as fancy as it is in some other software solutions. Some of the features may be fine but I prefer a different type of interface. Sometimes, it's difficult to read the text when you are presenting. The text is not very large or easy to read. It needs a zooming option. The user interface could be better, it needs improvement. This solution has some limitations from a business perspective. In the next release, I would like to see multi-language support.

Muhammad Ashfaq - PeerSpot reviewer
IM Consultant at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
Consultant
Top 10
2020-11-13T14:28:20Z
Nov 13, 2020

For data modeling, it is not very mature when comparing with other data modeling tools. In terms of the workflows, we were initially thinking of having something automated where you have the options to check-in and check-out your data models. This would mean that you can get your data modeling changes reviewed by some of the team members. The option to check-in and check-out option is not available in this tool. We are doing the steps manually to run the workflow that we defined. Even with the changes that the other team members will make, the owners of these respective areas will have to manually identify those changes and then merge them back to the enterprise models. That is what is lacking with this solution, that we have seen so far. In the next release, I would like to see an automated way to check-in and check-out your data models and with the review process, where multiple people can make changes to a model, and with the workflow, everything will be automated where the data models can request someone to review the modifications. This would be everything that is needed in the next release.

Marc Lampron - PeerSpot reviewer
Conseiller principal en architecture d’entreprise et de solution at Cronomagic Canada
Real User
2020-08-25T17:20:00Z
Aug 25, 2020

Even if there are web-based tools in the Enterprise Architecture tool ecosystem (like Prolaborate), the main modeling application is still a fat client application. For some organizations, it is still a concern and a significant disqualification criterion for adoption. The capability to model and analyze while maintaining coherent traceability within different variants (variations or versions) of a future architecture has been greatly enhanced in the recent versions of Enterprise Architect. It requires a very mature, systemic, and methodic approach that is not easy to grasp for junior modelers.

Terry Watts - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Developer at RowdenSoftwareSolutions Ltd.
Real User
2020-07-24T20:26:00Z
Jul 24, 2020

It is a good affordable that is actively evolving, I think the modeling of activity diagrams could be optimized - currently, they insist on you specifying whether a connector is a control flow or an object flow for instance. It is a minor point, but since this sort of diagram is popular in that it affords both the chance to effectively constrain the model whilst leaving freedom for the next stage in the dev process - which key in good design then it should a high priority to optimize this rather than waste resources unnecessary 'bells and whistles'? There are several little things they could and should optimize. But the platform is good and could be the base a whole tranch or really useful features. for example: to be able to easily run code set up in unit tests to reverse engineer specific code blocks to yield sequence/activity diagrams, would be really useful when as a contractor you have to 'firefight' the design from the code. Personally I would like to see the database normalized better. It's really just a data dump whose business rules are contained in the front end client code - it is way way way off 3nf. Because its easy to create diagrams one needs to be vigilant on the housekeeping of orphaned fragments - I have written my own scripts to do this, may they are available now. I don't make much use of the traceability Matrix, yet that should be a feature that I should use if I could see it made it easy to ensure the traceability of ALL the design to the code (completeness) However, it works. It’s good to use and it’s affordable for a single contractor. It has REALLY helped me. It is a good product and I am sure it will only continue to improve.

JF
Business Owner at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Real User
2020-07-19T08:15:00Z
Jul 19, 2020

The product is good. When I'm trying to do something specific for a part of project documentation, it's hard to get it figured out if you don't use it all the time. It's such a massive tool, it's hard to figure out how to dig in and get to the documentation where you have to be to get some idea of what to do. There are not a lot of examples that I'm aware of to be able to do that. The user interface is going to be difficult because of all the things we have to do when we're doing design and trying to figure out use cases and stuff like that. Tutorials would really help out where you could just start to pick it up and say, "Okay, for this kind of thing, I'm going to go through this tutorial step by step and get it completed." They don't have that. There's nothing wrong with the tool. It's how to use it.

NB
Enterprise Architect, Coach and Owner at a consultancy with 1-10 employees
Real User
2020-07-19T08:15:00Z
Jul 19, 2020

The documentation could be better. Where I work, we speak French and we don't speak English, so we don't have anything in French. It's perfect in English, but we need something in French.

JF
Business Owner at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Real User
2020-07-16T06:21:07Z
Jul 16, 2020

The solution is difficult to learn. The documentation needs a bit of improvement. What I find is that when I'm trying to do something specific for some part of a project, in terms of documentation, it's kind of hard to get at figuring out if you don't use it all the time. It's hard, because it's such a massive tool, to figure out how to dig in and to get to the place you need to go. The documentation would give you some idea of what to do. There's just not a lot of examples that are fully baked that I'm aware of. The user interface is difficult, however, it was going to be difficult anyway, because of all the things we have to do when we're doing design and trying to figure out use cases and stuff like that. What I'm getting at is more tutorials are needed. You should be able to just to pick it up and say, okay, for this kind of thing, I'm going to go through this tutorial step by step and get it completed. And I don't see that as an option for getting to know the solution.

MichaelSukachev - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr. Enterprise Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2020-06-25T10:49:12Z
Jun 25, 2020

I think the solution could be improved visually. It's not as visually appealing as other solutions. There is a difference between being focused on a technical audience or a business audience. A business audience requires a greater effort and good visuals. Integrations with SharePoint, for example, could be beneficial. If you are using on-premise installation, the sharing of your artifacts with people that don't have a license, can be somewhat complicated.

Ken Sayers - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Systems Engineer at Elbit Systems Australia
Real User
2019-11-26T04:12:00Z
Nov 26, 2019

This solution should have better ease of use for the uninitiated.

DJ
Process Architect at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2019-11-06T06:32:00Z
Nov 6, 2019

Using EA involves a steep learning curve if you want to understand its capabilities and functionality. Providing more detailed information about how to configure and adapt EA for consumption by users with less technical knowledge or experience would be helpful. Plus, provide online training that covers the basics of as well as more advanced topics. An introduction on how to do the basic configuration for the non-technical users would also be of benefit.

AllanKowalski - PeerSpot reviewer
Enterprise Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Real User
Top 5
2019-08-08T21:14:00Z
Aug 8, 2019

Their business model does not include consulting services but this can be a weakness in some cases. Companies that include or even highlight the consulting arm of their companies can easily create a situation in which the on site staff become dependent on the vendor consultants and are unable to progress without them. Knowing which button to select or which icon to click on is one thing but understanding how a tools like this fits in to the overall methodology takes an in company investment in integrating the tools and software process. I've worked for most of the big name vendors and I know first hand that the only real way to learn is to roll up your sleeves and start using the tool on a regular basis. Training and instruction are very available for Sparx via webinars, videos, pdfs, whitepapers and email support which I have always found to be first rate. One cannot use these tools using the cup o soup paradyme, "just add hot water". If you want that , stick with Visio,

Endre Domiczi - PeerSpot reviewer
Owner & CEO at mentorITe
Reseller
2019-05-28T07:46:00Z
May 28, 2019

The platform has support for Windows and Mac, but not Linux. It would be nice to have it supported on the Linux operating system. The product is quite heavyweight, but if you want to do many things with it, it's like a Swiss Army Knife. If they move in the direction of a cloud-based version then I think it is a good idea because people do not want to install so much software. I have seen it with several IDEs, where it is easier to use cloud versions instead of keeping local versions up to date.

it_user957645 - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-05-26T06:53:00Z
May 26, 2019

Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect is okay. I don't see anything that can be improved at the moment. For me it's perfect. There used to be that feature in ArchiMate Modeling of Enterprise Architect called inherited relationships. The tool used to be equipped with this functionality of showing those relationships and now it's gone. It would be nice if it comes back. I would like to see Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect more user-friendly and intuitive. This would be great. The product is okay for the experienced user, but for the entry-level people, it's somehow hard. They cannot start without one hour of introductory training.

MK
User at a tech services company
Real User
2019-05-22T07:18:00Z
May 22, 2019

I think that collaboration can be better. It isn't bad but it can be improved. It would be nice if you can have interaction with other users, in a community of some sort, where you can have a discussion and frequently asked questions. It would be best if you don't have to send a text and wait for a measurable time before getting a response. Some of the attributes do not exist for models, and you have to customize in order to have them. They are supposed to be standard attributes. The entire interface can be improved.

Charles  England - PeerSpot reviewer
Solutions Architect at NT Health
Real User
2019-04-02T01:22:00Z
Apr 2, 2019

* Documentation generation needs significant improvement. * More rigorous support of the ArchiMate rules would be a great improvement.

RS
Senior Technology Architect at BearingPoint
Consultant
2019-02-24T13:09:00Z
Feb 24, 2019

Look and feel.

John Lamb - PeerSpot reviewer
Director Enterprise Architecture at Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
Real User
2018-11-16T19:35:00Z
Nov 16, 2018

A better deployment model for the enterprise without relying on HKEY_CURRENT_USER in the registry.

Olaf Kruidhof - PeerSpot reviewer
Enterprise Business Architect at European Commission
Real User
2018-08-23T13:29:00Z
Aug 23, 2018

* It should be made Windows compatible. * It should have a more appealing UI with zoom in and zoom out features. * It needs improvement on the communication part to stakeholders.

Richard  Reiter - PeerSpot reviewer
IT-Consultant at DXC
Real User
2018-08-21T08:13:00Z
Aug 21, 2018

The reporting needs improvement.

GM
Data Architect at Élections Canada | Elections Canada
User
2018-06-29T12:39:00Z
Jun 29, 2018

It is weak in regards to data modelling. It does not provide logical or physical data modelling or the ability to migrate from conceptual to physical and back. It is limited in its reverse engineering capabilities. It uses a UML-based modelling technique which does not provide sufficient control of metadata and standards. There was no way to implement data integrity and referential integrity constraints. I do not even think it has the domain concept. It does not provide the package concept, so model elements can be inherited by other model elements.

it_user891243 - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Architect at Achilles Information Limited
User
2018-06-20T16:36:00Z
Jun 20, 2018

Improve the following: * Report builder * Diagramming capabilities * Connector routing and layout algorithms * Inconsistent UI elements must be tidied up with the toolbox gaps removed. * Alignment and button sizes need to be made consistent. Recommended features would include: * A refreshed diagramming canvas (even outsourced to a third-party diagramming vendor, if necessary). * Replace built-in report writer with direct integration to Microsoft Word. * Improve dashboard "Getting Started" guidance to direct modelling activities according to "what" I wish to achieve, e.g., "I wish to generate a Platform Application Map," and all the most appropriate/popular types of diagrams are made available. * Improve support to intuitively generate hierarchical navigation diagrams.

Related Questions
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
May 15, 2022
How do you or your organization use this solution? Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences. Thank you!
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AllanKowalski - PeerSpot reviewer
Enterprise Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Aug 8, 2019
Creating a repository than everyone can work on for an entire enterprise and then creating a custom fit set of concepts, tools and process.
DS
Software Engineer / Application Developer & Systems Engineer at Aptiv PLC
Dec 11, 2020
I'm primarily using the solution for architecture design.
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Sep 1, 2022
Hi, We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information. Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
2 out of 27 answers
John Lamb - PeerSpot reviewer
Director Enterprise Architecture at Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
Nov 16, 2018
Setup a shared RDBMS repository (SQL, Oracle, etc.), acquire shared license keys and deploy using MSI scripts.
it_user957645 - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
May 26, 2019
I would advise anyone to find a good partner for guiding the methodology of modeling. Maybe some technical support is required if you need the integration of your tool.
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