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Business Process Visual ARCHITECT

Business Process Visual ARCHITECT is a full-featured business process modeler that supports the latest OMG Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). It provides an easy-to-use diagramming environment for you to model your business process, and is a proven solution for bridging the gap between business analysts and IT professionals.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Jan 2010 08:17

    Release Notes: New features include a BPMN conversation diagram, the ability to define business process working procedure, project management properties, automatic expansion of diagram margins, automatic translation, XPDL generation, and JPDL generation. Enhanced features include the business process diagram Visual Diff, Animacian, concurrent modeling with VP Teamwork server, rich text documentation, Matrix, the report template designer, generation of MS Word 2007 reports, and ad hoc report creation.

    •  21 Apr 2009 07:21

      Release Notes: This release include the ability to reference another project's model elements, compare diagrams visually, and draw diagrams with freehand shapes. Styles and layers are now supported. Line jumps are shown in Arc, Square, Skip, or normal. The connector caption base is now aligned on connector orientation. Five existing features were enhanced and more than seven bugs were fixed.

      •  13 Jun 2008 10:01

        Release Notes: This release introduce three new diagram types: Event-driven Process Chain Diagram, Process Map Diagram, and Organization Charts. Enhancements include support for traceability by using Diagram Transitor, copying diagram elements as XML, and support for sharing data object state in Business Process Diagram. This release includes 6 major new features, 2 enhanced features, and 30 bug fixes.

        •  06 Feb 2008 08:46

          Release Notes: New features include auto stretching of Pool to fit diagram size, smarter sequence and message flow routing, increased effects for publisher published Web content, and the ability to create translated copies of a model through the use of Nicknamer. In addition, Model Transitor was introduced for establishing transition and support traceability between models.

          •  03 Oct 2007 09:48

            Release Notes: A bookmark is supported for linked to diagrams and shapes. Another new feature is handi-selection. You can now select shapes from within the range of any of the four sides of the mouse cursor position. Documentation templates can be rearranged and removed, which makes the templates easier to use by prioritizing them and deleting those unused ones. Multiple revisions can be exported from VP Teamwork Server, Subversion, and CVS repositories. There are also a number of enhancements for various other features.


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