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erwin Evolve is ranked 3rd in Architecture Management with 10 reviews while UNICOM System Architect is ranked 21st in Architecture Management. erwin Evolve is rated 8.0, while UNICOM System Architect is rated 0. The top reviewer of erwin Evolve writes "Enables us to present data and objects visually, in diagrams, and to make them available via the web". On the other hand, erwin Evolve is most compared with SAP PowerDesigner, IDERA ER Studio, Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect, ARIS BPM and IBM Rational System Architect, whereas UNICOM System Architect is most compared with Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect, IBM Rational System Architect and Atego Artisan Studio.
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Yearly, our cost is €100,000.I estimate that we pay between $40,000 and $50,000 a year for the solution, not including the upfront costs to buy things the first time.The licensing enables you to differentiate between people who edit the content and the people who consume it. We are able to keep the licensing costs down by keeping the "contributor" licenses to a minimum, and we then just roll out the content in a read-only version for the rest of our users.The cost is something like $15,000, per license. But I haven't looked at those numbers in three years. It was over $100,000 to initially set everything up and get it all configured.On a yearly basis, our licensing costs are 50,000 euro. There are no additional costs because we are on a SaaS model.

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erwin is used by more than 50,000 professionals in 60+ countries to get big results from their enterprise data initiatives. erwin is the #1 choice in virtually every industry, from government and healthcare to retail and finance.

erwin Modeling provides a collaborative environment to manage enterprise data through an intuitive, graphical interface. With a centralized view of key data definitions, you can leverage information as a strategic asset and more efficiently manage your data resources to save time and money.

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AT&T, Bank of America, Chevron, Duke University, ESPN, Fidelity, GE, JP Morgan Chase, KPMG, McGraw Hill, NASA, Pfizer, Royal Bank of Scotland, Teradata, Union Pacific, Vodafone, Wells Fargo.Apple, Facebook, Google, HSBC, PayPal
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Comms Service Provider13%
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Aerospace/Defense Firm13%
Financial Services Firm13%
Software R&D Company27%
Insurance Company11%
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