Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Previous Solutions

Allan Gary Kowalski
Consultant with self employed
I actually used a tool called TCC, Together Control Centre many years back which was very similar. It was created by Peter Coad of the (Coad-Yourdon methodology). Unfortunately, some ruthless venture capitalist got control of the companies and tore it to pieces trying to make it a do all be all tool ("It's a floor wax - its a dessert topping"). View full review »
Enterprise Architect
I have used other tools (DOORS, Rational, etc.), but always found them more limited, clunky, and expensive. View full review »
Michael Sukachev
Lead Solutions Architect at a transportation company with 51-200 employees
MS Visio was used for tractability and maintenance, and many other concerns, were the reasons that we switched. View full review »
John Lamb
Director Enterprise Architecture at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The Solution Architect team used a combination of Visio (UML), Word (Document Templates), Excel (Requirements) and SharePoint (Repository). Sparx replaced all of this while retaining all of the prior tool features and enabled cross-functional team collaboration for solutioning. View full review »
Data Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We used erwin. Erwin was unstable and didn't handle the model as the size grew. View full review »
Anatoli Solomin
INLINE Technologies at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
ARIS Business Architect, ARIS Business Designer. Sparx EA is better suited for small and medium-sized companies, cheaper and easier in terms of training. It is better suited to modeling on ArchiMate 3.0 notation. View full review »
medewerker e-diensten at a government with 51-200 employees
Word (Microsoft Office), Visio. View full review »
Awais Khalid
Senior Solutions Architect at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
I was previously using Microsoft Visio and PowerPoint for creating visual models. View full review »

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