Introducing New Tom Sawyer Software Business Process and Model-Based Engineering Visualization Solutions

Tom Sawyer Software, the global leader in graph and data visualization and analysis technology, announces the beta release of Tom Sawyer Perspectives, Version 8.0, Java Edition. This release contains two new visualization solutions that address complex challenges for enterprises and government agencies. Version 8.0 delivers web-based, automated business process modeling, execution, and administration (BPM), and model-based systems engineering (MBSE) for desktop and web users.

Tom Sawyer Perspectives (http://bit.ly/TSSTSPJ80) is an enterprise software development platform for building graph and data visualization and analysis applications to realize immediate value from connected data. This release features a new architecture that further supports enterprise-wide implementation.

New functionality available for beta testing in Version 8.0, Java Edition includes:

Tom Sawyer Business Process Solution (http://bit.ly/TSS-BPM) featuring:

  • Business Process Administration
  • Business Process Modeling
  • Business Process Execution


Tom Sawyer Model-Based Engineering Solution (http://bit.ly/TSS-MBSE) featuring:

  • Web and desktop views of searchable diagrams
  • Automatic integration with Teamwork Cloud and MagicDraw
  • Eight SysML-compliant diagram types


Enhanced Graph and Data Visualization Solution (http://bit.ly/TSS-Home) featuring:

  • New automated layout of swimlane diagrams
  • New integrated node growth model
  • Performance improvements


“Enterprises tell us that they need better applications to see and act on issues and opportunities in increasingly complex systems and networks,” says Brendan Madden, Chief Executive, Tom Sawyer Software. “With Tom Sawyer Perspectives, Version 8.0, we continue to build intelligence and automation into graph and data visualization and analysis, to lead customers to data-driven…

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