Landmark Study Reveals 35 Percent Productivity Gains for Businesses Using Model-Driven Architecture 
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 Landmark Study Reveals 35 Percent Productivity Gains for Businesses Using Model-Driven Architecture


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> An independent case study released
> today by Compuware (Nasdaq: CPWR) and
> conducted by The Middleware Company
> revealed a 35 percent productivity
> gain for organizations employing a
> model-driven architecture (MDA)
> development approach.
> "We came into this study as skeptics;
> we left as believers," said Salil
> Deshpande, CEO of The Middleware
> Company, a leading, independent Java
> research and consulting organization.

If so, they were fools, as the clear
advantages of starting a software design
with modelling tools and languages, most
recently UML, have been recognized and
documented for decades that _I've_ used
them.

xanthian, snoring.

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Sun, 08 Jan 2006 10:17:01 GMT  
 
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