Introducing Information Management for NoSQL

As Gartner warns in the report, adopting NoSQL storage can result in Information … read more

Introducing Quantitative Enterprise Architecture

It is rather ridiculous that the discussion on Data Driven Enterprise did not … read more

OWL Modelling for Information Architects

Business Abstraction delivered OWL training customised for experienced Information Architects. The target audience … read more

SPARX Enterprise Architect

Delivering Effective and Consistent Practices – Delivering Results

In Business Abstraction we believe that our training should provide visible, immediate value.

Not all projects that use Visual Modelling will succeed, or will flow smoother, more effective, with higher visibility and control, than prior projects that didn’t utilise Visual Modelling. To be effective, the team should develop effective and consistent practices, and often expect to spend years developing that.

Business Abstraction addressed that by developing training that delivers established practices rather than initial knowledge. To achieve that, the training is conducted by an experience practitioner who combines training with practical consulting and project work. The training materials are customised according to the client’s needs prior to beginning of the training. The training is then conducted using client’s real projects and problems as examples. Through the training, the trainer will identify, discuss and refine the practices that the team will adopt, and drives the training accordingly. By the end of the training, the specific modelling practices of the team are documented and supported by several examples, and have been repeatedly followed though the practical exercises.

Training for Business Architects and Business Analysts

Business Abstraction proved first in 2004 that Business Analysts can produced good models when trained right. Since then, we continue to offer highly engaging training specially customised for non-programmers, including new topics as they emerge.

Enterprise Architect Basics and Administration Training

Short courses suitable for all Sparx Enterprise Architect users

Virtual Classroom Training

You can save 40% on our regular training and save yourself a hustle of travelling to location by attending a Virtual Classroom Training. Every bit as effective and interactive as our Classroom Training, Vurtual Classroom Training allows us to provide examples, review your progress and "hold your hand". Our courses are the results of continuous improvement over years of training and hands-on consulting.

Evening & Weekend Training for Contractors and Jobseekers

Times are tough, however having skills in demand can help. Business Abstraction offers a series of courses designed for individuals seeking to improve their chances of employment, promotion or next contract by learning relevant Visual Modelling skills. .

Training for Solution Architects and Developers

Visual Modelling with UML and other modelling notations is a mature approach well past the "hype of inflated expectations" it was experiencing in early 2000s. It is firmly placed in the "plateau of productivity", and the productivity we shall deliver. Business Abstraction offers the range of training courses that deliver fundamental understanding, practical skills and immediate visible impact on productivity, clarity and manageability of software-intensive projects.

Training for Enterprise and SOA Architects

Advanced visual modelling techniques for establishing functioning Business-IT Alignment, developing Enterprise Architecture and implementing Service-Oriented Architecture

SPARX Enterprise Architect Services

Business Abstraction claims to be is the oldest and most sophisticated Sparx Enterprise Architect consultancy in Australia. Since 2004, we were helping large enterprises, Government departments and small startups to gain maximum benefit from implementing Sparx Enterprise Architect. As a member of Sparx systems Global Network, we accumulated wealth of practical knowledge not only on the technical and functional side of the software, but also in the human side of implementing different types of Visual Modelling for different groups.