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Business Process Modeling

Determine, map and analyze workflows for process improvements and workforce empowerment.

Enterprise Architecture Modeling

Define application and infrastructure capabilities, interdependencies and their connections to enterprise strategies and goals.

Data Modeling

Design and deploy new and hybrid data structures and resources with a clear view of any data from anywhere.

Data Cataloging

Efficiently integrate and activate enterprise data from a single, unified catalog according to business requirements.

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Enable stakeholders to view data relevant to their roles and understand it within a business context.

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2019 DBTA Readers’ Choice Winners’ Circle

erwin CEO Adam Famularo provides his thoughts on erwin's award as Best Data Modeling Solution and data modeling's role in a greater data governance vision.
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Automating Enterprise Architecture to Accelerate Digital Transformation

Find out how enterprise architecture management can be more strategic and impactful when used to create dynamic links between data assets and business processes, applications and infrastructure.
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The Design Thinking Process: Five Stages to Solving Business Problems

The design thinking process is a method of encouraging and improving creative problem-solving. The design thinking process is by no means new. John Edward Arnold, a professor of mechanical engineering and business administration, was one of the first to discuss the concept in as early as the 1950s. But the wave of digital and data-driven...
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