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Using Sparx Systems' Enterprise Architect for Business Modeling

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This webinar is the first in a series that will provide insight into how to create business focused models in Enterprise Architect (EA). We will introduce the tools used for business process, business analysis and business architecture modeling, including BPMN, business rules using the Semantics for Business Vocabulary and Rules (SBVR), and business architecture profiles. We will also introduce the Tools and Techniques for BABOK Guide which provides a reference to relevant sections of the IIBA Business Analysis Book of Knowledge along with examples and guidance for how to deliver that knowledge using EA. Future webinars will delve into each of these topics in more depth.

In today’s business marketplace it is more important than ever for IT architectures to be aligned with business architectures in order to provide the agile delivery of business value. Thus this webinar series will be of value not only to the business analyst and the business architect, but also to the solution and software architects who are responsible for providing the implementations of those business capabilities.

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This will be an online FREE webinar through www.bluejeans.com. Details to sign-on will be emailed out via EventBrite a few days before the webinar, so please check your spam folder if you don't see the email elsewhere. If you need further assistance, contact loriana.zanotti@eaprincipals.com (415)364-8395 or luke.gilfeather@eaprincipals.com.

Note: As of 1:15pm EST July 24th, the webinar meeting connection details have been sent to all registered attendees. (Please check your spam folders.) If you registered after this time, please contact Loriana for the meeting details. Thank you!

Please mute your microphones during the webinar, unless it's time for open discussions and attendee participation. We look forward to your attendance.

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