New Popkin EA version focuses on managers

New Popkin EA version focuses on managers

Popkin Sofware of New York has tailored the latest release of its Enterprise System Architect to the needs of managers.

Version 9.2 makes it easier to analyze models, post them online and control editing access.

The package's Enterprise Explorer Diagram is an analysis tool that automatically discovers relationships within an EA model in a visual format. This new diagram tool depicts relationships, giving users a high-level view of their architecture model.

New graphic symbols and diagrams support similar to the Zachman Framework now let users visually summarize models. For instance, an enterprise direction diagram gives high-level analysts the ability to graphically create missions, goals or strategies when relating business-planning processes to the rest of the enterprise's efforts.

As for collaboration, the software now includes a robust publisher for creating a Web site to disseminate enterprise models via a standard Internet browser.

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