London, United Kingdom, September 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Developer of the Pragmatic Enterprise Architecture Framework (PEAF), Pragmatic EA has undertaken this latest version of its industry survey between June and August 2013, comparing the Enterprise Architecture tools of nearly 30 software vendors. The evaluation criteria was extensive, covering: import / export options; diagram and view options; meta-model configuration; analysis techniques; repository management; and ease of use, as well as the ability of tools to perform these and other functions ‘out-of-the-box’ versus through configuration or customisation. With over 150 features assessed, ABACUS was the only tool fulfilling all of the criteria out-of-the-box, achieving the #1 ranking.
Dr Tim O’Neill, founder and principal of Avolution, said: “We are extremely pleased with the result of this latest update to Pragmatic EA's tool survey. This independent study is very well regarded throughout our industry, and provides an extremely insightful resource for any EA professional reviewing the EA tool market”. O’Neill continued, “For the third time in a row, this survey has confirmed that in a feature-based tool assessment, ABACUS comes out on top!”
The full report can be downloaded from the Pragmatic EA website and Pragmatic EA members can freely download and tailor the scoring criteria.
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Avolution provides the ABACUS® solution which is unique to the enterprise modelling space in that it can create multiple solution alternatives (architectures) and then run various simulations (Discrete Event, Monte Carlo etc) against each alternative for metrics such as Performance, Cost and Availability. Being built on a completely agile, open and flexible XML-based hierarchical repository, ABACUS offers support for more frameworks out-of-the-box than any other tool on the market, and users can create their own bespoke or hybrid repository meta-model through simple right-clicks and drag-and-drops in a matter of minutes.