To demonstrate the value of Prolaborate to the decision makers in your organization, it is better to start a Proof of Concept (PoC). This is the reason we have an option to start a no-obligation free-of-cost PoC where you can try and showcase every single capability of Prolaborate.
You can even bring in all the business users, EA stakeholders, and non-EA users not just to evaluate but to start using Prolaborate.
Licenses can be arranged as per your requirements and you will be getting a production-grade version of the application without any limitations.
Learn more here if you want us to setup the Proof of Concept on Cloud.
Note: If the PoC is positive, you just have to do a few clicks to replace the license.
Before we look at the steps to get started with Proof of Concept, here is the technical architecture of Prolaborate.
Currently, Architects would be using Enterprise Architect to connect to the EA repositories directly through Server or Cloud connection.
Prolaborate can connect to your existing EA models directly using the OSCL restful APIs provided by Pro Cloud Server, which is again a product by Sparx Systems. There are no changes expected in your current EA infrastructure.
Here are the steps to setup the PoC:
Note: You can skip steps #1 - #4 if you have a working Pro Cloud Server already.
If you are happy with the Proof of Concept, you can go ahead with the purchase. To help you, here are some common options that most of the organizations go for.
|Edition||Intended Audience||Description||On-Premises - Price Per User/Month|
|Growing Teams||Suitable for Organizations just getting started with EA||25 licensed users pack with limited features||USD 20|
|Large Teams||Best for Organizations who have a fairly established EA practice||Most popular full-feature 100 users pack||USD 8.5|
|Enterprise||Huge organizations with a large number of EA stakeholders||Unlimited users, all features, and extended support||USD 1.1|
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