Requirements Modeling with UML & BPMN in Innovator
You have decided upon a model-based requirement analysis and will require a suitable modeling tool for this. Innovator makes it possible to use both UML and BPMN 2 in one intuitive and innovative interface. This course can be carried out using either Innovator for Business Analysts or the Innovator Enterprise Modeling Suite.
This course will introduce you to the advantages of tool-supported requirement analysis hands-on by creating an integrated model in Innovator with the UML and BPMN notations.
The course starts with a general introduction into the modeling tool and how it is used. You will create requirements, model UML use case diagrams and BPMN 2 process models yourself and use UML class diagrams for describing your business objects.
At the end of the course you will be able to use Innovator, create BPMN and UML diagrams from requirement analysis and create requirements yourself, as well as use them efficiently and link them with each other.
Course contents/Methodology/Target group
- Innovator architecture
- Innovator basics
- Efficiently navigate in the model
- Create textual requirements and link with model elements
- Get to know Innovator Office Integration and how to use it
- Model UML use case diagrams
- Model BPMN processes
- Model UML class diagrams
Requirements analysts, technical users, system architects and software architects
Sound knowledge of UML use case diagrams, BPMN processes and UML class diagrams
Participant 1€ 1,320.00
Participant 2€ 1,320.00 - 10% = € 1,188.00
Participant 3€ 1,320.00 - 20% = € 1,056.00
Participant 4€ 1,320.00 - 20% = € 1,056.00
For groups bigger than five persons please request an individual offer
Price (per person)
Regular € 1,320.00
€ 1,570.80 incl. tax
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