2018-07-05T19:10:00Z

What is your primary use case for No Magic MagicDraw?


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Top 10Real User

We use MagicDraw for model-based systems engineering. It differs from standard systems engineering applications by using models, as opposed to words or sheets. We define our system or subsystems via models and interfaces and then define the relationships between them. It is used mostly during the design phase of all of our projects. After the production and testing phases, it is no longer used.

2020-04-19T07:40:32Z
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Top 5Reseller

The primary use case is for complex integration. We are integrators for complex solutions.

2020-02-02T10:42:05Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

Our primary use for this solution is enterprise modeling, providing integration between program management and systems engineering. For several years now, I have focused on building a model for continuous improvement that integrates strategy planning, project management, analytics, process design, and change management that I can implement for clients. Magic Draw provides, I would say, an eighty-percent solution for this capability. More so than any other product that I've evaluated.

2019-11-04T17:32:00Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

Used for Business and Systems Engineering modeling. Its role is to support a defense program that consists of multiple product lines.

2018-07-05T19:10:00Z
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