Posted by tac_admin, March 5, 2012

Enterprise Architect for Business Analysts

Have you been asked in an interview if you know how to use Enterprise Architect? Did you think “why are they asking me that? That’s a developer tool”.

You are correct, it is a tool used by system architects and developers to depict system and database designs. However, Sparx Systems added business process modeling functionality to Enterprise Architect and many companies use that functionality to manage requirements, create UML use cases, connect actors to use cases, and create the business requirements document.

If you are ready to step up your skill set as a BA, click here to see the details on a workshop I’m doing on Enterprise Architect for Business Analysis.


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