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I use Enterprise Architect for ba modeling activities. I use class diagrams for business domain models, state diagrams for workflow, activity diagrams for business process, use cases and actor diagrams. I add text for each element. The documentation produced creates a useful glossary for others to consume the info conveyed in the diagram.
I get a lot accomplished during work sessions when I've drawn a picture of the business process with an activity diagram depicting the different roles with swim-lanes.
Users find the diagrams and glossary documentation very handy. The tool is easy to use and helps to convey the problem space well making the scoping and development efforts efficient and more likely to be accurate.
My team and I have been active in enterprise agile projects since the mid-nineties. We have assembled this broad knowledge and experience in our agile Accelerated Delivery Platform (ADP). Modeling smart use cases, domain models and model driven development have always been important assets in platform and Enterprise Architect has always been and still is our modeling tool of choice.
EA lets you describe the parts and pieces of what you want to build, and how they are interrelated. It then draws the pretty picture of what you're planning to build… or creates a web site of the model with a single click… or creates a word processing document… or exports to an XML file… or plugs into Eclipse… or generates stub code and DDLs… or… well, you get the picture.
Enterprise Architect has been a surprisingly effective and easy to use UML tool. EA has made easy work of a variety of business process modeling and software development projects accomplished for our customers. For a relatively new tool, EA is quite reliable and, best of all, handy. Our customers have been very impressed with the quality of documentation produced by EA. Sparx seems to be fully committed to EA, as each release brings out a host of new features that bring EA closer to being a full round-trip UML tool, at a fraction of the cost of competing products. Licensing terms are easy and installation is quite a bit simpler than for the competition.
Enterprise Architect (EA) is one of the best tools in the software modeling space in today's market. It offers both, a comprehensive set of languages and powerful cross modeling capabilities that can combine multiple modeling platforms in one diagram, model, or project. As a result, time-to-market, expenditure reduction, and asset consolidation are a few, yet, outstanding benefits of EA. In addition, the powerful EA nimble features contribute incalculable technological and business value to our firm and to the rainbow of clients we serve in a variety of industries.