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Technology is a critical part of all business services and operations. The systems implementing business services and operations are integrated and connected to each other with varied degree of dependencies. This makes it very essential for a Business Analyst to take a holistic approach to define problems and recommend solutions.

This webinar shows how a Business Analyst uses Enterprise Architect in a typical day to help them with all their Business Analysis activities and manage all Business Analysis information like RAID logs, requirements model, requirement documents, test cases etc from within Enterprise Architect.

In this webinar, you will learn how Enterprise Architect can be used to:


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Session 1

Melbourne Thu 28 May 08:00 am
New York Wed 27 May 18:00 pm
Los Angeles Wed 27 May 15:00 pm

Session 2


Nithiya Krishnan, CBAP® Business Solutions Architect
Sparx Systems
Professional profile Nithiya is a Certified Business Analysis Practitioner, with specialized skills in solutions for Business Analysis, Business Data Modeling, Business Intelligence and Information Architecture. She has experience in all phases of IT projects in a variety of industries with niche skill in Sparx Enterprise Architect.

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Enterprise Architect can be customized to tailor for the additional properties for requirements that are used in the Volere method. Using Enterprise Architect's tag values allows users to capture these information. For example, creating Tagged Values for customer satisfaction and dissatisfaction ratings. For details on how to create tagged values, visit:

Gallery of Diagrams
BABOK® Guide v3 Tutorial: Creating Your Own Diagrams
Absolutely yes. It is inevitable that Business Analysts look beyond documenting requirements as usecase scenarios, BPMN etc. In my opinion, a holistic approach to analyzing business problems can be achieved only when the whole ecosystem of the organization is considered for long-term solution recommendations. Senior level Business Analysts are more strategically involved in business planning and execution that includes Business Analysis work in strategy and business motivation layer.
Enterprise Architect can be deployed as a stand-alone repository, as well as repository hosted on a cloud or a server at a centralized location. For standalone deployment download and install Enterprise Architect from Sparx Systems website. Below is the link for downloading trial version.

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No, the Calendar in Enterprise Architect is not integrated with MS outlook. Enterprise Architect integrates with Sharepoint via Pro Cloud Server. For more information on Enterprise Architect integrations with Third Party tools, visit: Integration Plug-ins.
Enterprise Architect supports enterprise-wide Business Analysis with built-in capabilities for requirements management, Usecase analysis, Business rules analysis, business process analysis and much more.

Please visit the below links for more information:
Tools & Techniques for BABOK® Guide v3
Using Enterprise Architect and the BABOK® Guide v3 to achieve better business outcomes
Requirements Engineering (pdf)
Requirements Management with Enterprise Architect (pdf)

Access the Enterprise Architect's BABOK Version3 toolkit here:
Access code: babok.model
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