UNICOM System Architect Overview

UNICOM System Architect is the #21 ranked solution in our list of top Architecture Management tools. It is most often compared to Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect: UNICOM System Architect vs Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect

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UNICOM System Architect Buyer's Guide

Download the UNICOM System Architect Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: January 2021

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about UNICOM System Architect pricing:
  • "I don't remember the price. It is a different cost for just buying it, and then you have a maintenance cost, which you need to renew every year."

UNICOM System Architect Reviews

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Project Manager at a government with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Jan 9, 2021
Useful for creating build-outs and architecture views, but requires a publisher add-on for some detailed reports

What is our primary use case?

I'm the manager of my contract division, and my team uses this tool. They talk with different customers, and once they get the information about their as-is architecture, they go in and collect the necessary views, such as service views, distant views, and things like that. We then publish a report for the customer. That's what the tool is used for.

Pros and Cons

  • "It is useful for creating build-outs and architecture views and for publishing reports and stuff like that for different programs."
  • "I don't use the tool or know a lot. It is going to have some shortcomings. When it comes down to publishing, we just found out this week that they actually have a publisher add-on. So, what we were trying to publish was not giving a detailed report about the architecture, views, etc. I just wish they had sent these to UNICOM and contacted them about add-on features for the publishing part of the tool."

What other advice do I have?

I would rate System Architect a seven out of ten because I'm not using it much, and I haven't had time to play with the tool. The system manager is more involved with this tool and has more trust in the tool.