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Using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect for Business Modelling

Using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect for Business Modelling

Using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect for Business ModellingThis course builds upon the Sparx Enterprise Architect – the Practicalities course and provides Business Analysts with the practical skills necessary to build quality Business Models in Enterprise Architect.

 

Course Price £811.00 (per person)
Onsite Price from £437.50 (per person)
Online Price from Coming Soon
Course Duration 2 Days

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This course builds upon the Enterprise Architect – the Practicalities course and provides Business Analysts with the practical skills necessary to build quality Business Models in Enterprise Architect.

 

Course Content

Requirements Management

  • Classifying and organising requirements including creating types of Requirements such as Business Rules
  • Describing requirements, including customising requirements with Tagged Values
  • Importing and “round-tripping” requirements using Excel and CSV files

Use Case Modelling in Enterprise Architect

  • Structuring the Repository for Use Case Modelling to conform to best practices
  • Modelling using Abstraction and Composite Elements
  • Creating Use Case Diagrams
  • Capturing Use Case Details including;
    • Pre and post conditions
    • Descriptions
    • Structured Scenarios
    • Creating and managing traceability between Use Cases, Use Case Scenarios and Requirements

Business Process Modelling in Enterprise Architect

  • How BPMN 2.0 Business Process Models are created and managed in Enterprise Architect with particular emphasis on the use of libraries of re-useable elements such as Pools, Lanes and Activities
  • Use of BPMN 2.0 tagged values to maintain traceability between elements
  • Creating BPMN 2.0 Collaboration and Process Diagrams and how abstraction is used to link the levels of BPMN 2.0

Data Modelling using UML Class Diagrams

  • Classes and objects compared
  • Attributes and data types
  • Associations, multiplicities and roles
  • Aggregations and compositions
  • Generalisations
  • Class diagram options in Enterprise Architect
  • Using diagrams in Enterprise Architect in multiple views