Data modelling is a process used to define and analyse data requirements needed to support the business processes of corresponding information systems in organizations.
Data modelling techniques and methodologies are used to model data in a standard, consistent, predictable manner in order to manage it as a resource. Data modelling is used:
- to assist business analysts, programmers, testers, manual writers, IT package selectors, engineers, managers, related organizations and clients to understand the concepts of the organization and how they relate to one another
- to manage data as a resource
- for the integration of information systems
- for designing databases/data warehouses
DataKraft expertise includes different data modelling techniques (BPMN, ERD, UML) and tools (DataKraft Studio, Power Designer, Visio etc) in order to model data and concepts of your organization.
DataKraft Studio using a bottom-up approach can model objects and their relationships and deliver complex, annotated graphs. DataKraft Studio is ideal to be used to reverse engineer existing systems as it is compatible with most commonly used database software, including Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, MSAccess and MSDE.