Sparx Opens New Office to Service North America

By CIOReview | Wednesday, April 19, 2017
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FREMONT, CA: Sparx Systems, developer of the award winning UML modeling and lifecycle platform Enterprise Architect, has launched a new service delivery initiative to support their North American customers.

Sparx Services North America offers access to quality support for new and existing customers providing sales, training and consulting services from a single regional point of contact.

"Sparx Systems has seen heightened demand and increased adoption of Enterprise Architect by major corporations in the North American region over the last several years and this initiative significantly expands the support and services offering within the continental United States," said Sparx Systems CEO, Geoffrey Sparks.

"Sparx Services North America's proven expertise and close working relationship with Sparx provides organizations and individuals with a rich set of support, training and consulting offerings to ensure maximum return on their investment in modeling and design work using the Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect tool suite," Sparks adds.

With more than 600,000 effective users globally including over 80% of Fortune 100 firms, Enterprise Architect has the capability to handle the most complex of projects and has emerged as a 'go-to' platform for those firms seeking competitive advantage in a cycle of continuous disruption.

Principal of Sparx Services North America, Chris Armstrong, stated "Enterprise Architect from Sparx Systems is the world's most popular modeling platform because it is a very affordable solution that supports a wide range of modeling needs from enterprise architecture to process modeling, requirements management, and systems/software engineering based on industry standards from organizations like the Object Management Group and The Open Group. We are very excited to be able to offer world-class enablement services like training and consulting to US, Canadian, and Mexican clients, and live technical support for users in North American time zones."