Version 2012 enables projects and applications to be modeled in both the communication domain and the theory domain.
Interactive Project Modeling lets you make a visual representation of your application including details of all entities that are identified in your application. It enables managers and employees to work in a project together. The project is viewed as a model and properties of items or entities that make up that project are identified. Using the model, employees are identified along with functions of employees. This means project managers can monitor the progress of employees and overall project status.
Interactive Application Modeling enables managers and employees to produce quick models of projects without providing lots of detail about the items or the entities that make up that project. Interactive Application Modeling enables managers and employees to view a project as a model driven entity. You can analyze every entity that makes up the project and identify the function of every person in the project.
Interactive Project Manager enables you to manage projects using visual models. It enables multiple people to work together on a single project. Managers and employees can have access to the same project model and can monitor the project from their own computers. Using Interactive Project Manager, managers can define a group of employees and assign functions to them, check their progress and monitor the status of the project.
SLPSoft provides products and services that enable managers and employees to work together to execute a project from a model. SLPSoft products and services enable project managers and employees to view a project differently. Given that in order for a project to be executed the people in that project must communicate and work together, the software and services provided by SLPSoft enable the overall function of a project to be viewed as a communication function. In this case, the overall project model is being viewed as a communication driven model. By using SLPSoft products and services, managers can get their projects executed successfully.
Published in Development Tool News & Software Component News, October 26, 2011