Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Benefits

Endre Domiczi
Owner & CEO at mentorITe
The company uses this for their own modeling, and perhaps for their processes, as well. Prior to using this application, people were creating PowerPoint slides with any flow that they wanted. This solution looks for consistency and performs checks on the model. In this way, the quality of the documentation has improved. View full review »
AllanKowalski
Enterprise Architect at a music company
It provides a centralized, self-regulating (like a spreadsheet is self regulating) standardized repository of architectural artifacts which can take in or spit out a custom selected subset of these artifacts in a wide variety of forms including diagrams, spreadsheets, MS Word documents, tables, xml, JSON, etc. View full review »
Michael Sukachev
Lead Solutions Architect at a transportation company with 51-200 employees
We adopted Sparx EA more than six years ago. Before that, all models were created in MS Visio and were maintained independently without any tractability. That led to insufficient incomplete impact analysis and incomplete solutions. With Sparx EA, models became a maintainable and reusable asset of the corporation. Correct impact analysis became a matter of minutes. As a result the quality of solutions drastically improved. Not mentioning that all employees in any department can now clearly understand business processes with all related applications and infrastructure at any level. View full review »
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John Lamb
Director Enterprise Architecture at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Improved cross-functional team collaboration. Dynamic visual activity models improved communication and understanding with the business. Shared repository enabled reuse of model elements by users. Established a well-defined structure to manage whole solutions. Ability to ingest external document artifacts became a viable alternative to SharePoint. UML based modeling enable model-first approach in lieu of document-first approach to solutioning (alternative to Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, Visio, Powerpoint) View full review »
Mbuso Khanyile
Head of Business Analysis and Enterprise Architect at a tech services company
As a business analyst, I am responsible for the requirements and arrangement. This solution makes my work very easy. Some of the business processes are very easy to compare when you have the diagrams. View full review »
Anatoli Solomin
INLINE Technologies at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
Using Sparx Enterprise Architect allowed my customer to detail and make the company's IT strategy visible and accessible to all. The system provided clear roadmaps for IT development and helped to keep up-to-date documentation of systems and processes. View full review »
Michael Justus
Software Architect with 501-1,000 employees
It has not improved our organization mainly due to the poor diagramming capabilities within the product, which are outdated and look like Visual Studio 2005. As a result, our architecture team constantly reverts back to Visio diagramming (and Visio's inability to reference defined artifacts). View full review »
George Mitchell
Data Architect at a government with 501-1,000 employees
It has provided a single repository for all architecture work. Then, the models can be shared between the architects and other information management users. View full review »
Sarah Jessop
Data Architect with 501-1,000 employees
Not really. Unfortunately, only one of our solution architects was using this in the end, as the others resorted to Vision because it was more user-friendly. I ended up buying an Idera licence for ER/Studio and using that instead. View full review »
MichaelAbramson
Partner with 11-50 employees
Simplified our task at maintaining architecture information and traceability with requirements. View full review »
Olaf Kruidhof
Enterprise Business Architect at a marketing services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Sparx System Enterprise Architect has improved the communication aspect between our architects. View full review »
Charles England
Solutions Architect at a government with 5,001-10,000 employees
* Ability to use a single shared repository and defined languages, using both ArchiMate as the modelling language and the business language based on the repository contents. * It’s easy to deploy in a small workgroup. View full review »
Richard Reiter
IT-Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We can easily use it with our new customers. View full review »
RobertSUZIC
User at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
(Enterprise) solution architecture creation. View full review »
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