Beta Release of Tom Sawyer Perspectives, Version 8.0, Java Edition is Now Available

We are excited to announce that you can now download the Beta release of Tom Sawyer Perspectives, Version 8.0, Java Edition.

This version represents a strategic upgrade to our core graph and data visualization architecture and adds new enterprise solutions for systems engineers and architects, and business process analysts and users. With an underlying Spring architecture, this version lays the foundation for further innovation and enterprise-wide deployment.

The Beta release is your chance for early access to powerful new capabilities and solutions, and to influence the future direction of Tom Sawyer Perspectives.

MBSE BPM Tom Sawyer Perspectives 8.0 Beta
Version 8.0 Delivers Web-based, Automated Business Process Modeling (BPM) and Model-based Engineering (MBE) Solutions Built on Tom Sawyer Perspectives

Our team members across three continents have invested more than 50,000 hours designing, developing, and testing to bring this new version to you.

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Introducing Intelligent MBSE Diagram Automation to Global Leaders at INCOSE 2017 in Australia

Adelaide Australia
INCOSE 2017 Keynote Speaker AVM Mel Hupfeld
INCOSE 2017 Keynote Speaker AVM Mel Hupfeld’s Presentation on Force Design

Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is revolutionizing how engineers tackle big projects in critical industries such as aerospace, energy, government, manufacturing, and telecom. One barrier to MBSE for many organizations is maintaining, customizing, and validating the hundreds of diagrams associated with a complex model.

Systems engineers often spend only 20 percent of their time modeling the system. The remaining 80 percent is spent rearranging and maintaining diagrams. Automatically rearranging MBSE diagrams reverses this dynamic and lets engineers focus on engineering. Read More “Introducing Intelligent MBSE Diagram Automation to Global Leaders at INCOSE 2017 in Australia”

Update 2017: Trends, Customers, and Product Development

Tom Sawyer Software Team Photos

Thanks to our amazing global community, we grew revenue 30% in 2016 in existing and new customer accounts and discovered innovative new use cases. Now we’d like to give back by sharing what we’ve learned in our Newsletter Blog post. Read on to learn about market trends, industry standards, upcoming events, and what’s new in product development.

Market Trends

Airbus Presentation at Big Data Paris 2017
Hugo Falgarone, Airbus and Keith Haag, Tom Sawyer Software Present on Stage at Big Data Paris 2017

We see a rise in graph and data visualization activity across market segments including automotive, aerospace and defense, geospatial intelligence, enterprise network and IT Infrastructure, and model-based engineering. For example, at Big Data Paris 2017, Airbus outlined their innovative approach to model-based systems engineering (MBSE) using graph and data visualizations. To support MBSE, they use Tom Sawyer Perspectives to integrate diverse data sourcesand synchronize views so architects, engineers, and business managers can collaborate and streamline the design and manufacture of aircraft.

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Welcome to Our New Blog!

Data Visualization Examples
Graph and data visualization examples

Our goals for the Blog parallel closely with the goals of our technology: to help people light up connections between data, see them from multiple perspectives, and take action. Our customers and partners tell us this is critical. Along with our customers, we have a phenomenal extended community of technology innovators, standards groups, and academic thought leaders from around the world. They are at the heart of transforming digital enterprises.

Like our technology, our Blog will present relevant perspectives from our community and from a variety of data sources to help you see connections, learn from experts, answer questions, and discover new pathways. Read More “Welcome to Our New Blog!”