It’s the end of another year, and it’s time for a recap of 2016. This year, lots of things changed at GenMyModel. We introduced new Plans and kept improving our platform. Even in the last few month, we’ve added a lot of features to the editor. Let’s take a moment to introduce you to them.
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When we started GenMyModel 5 years ago, we had a vision. We wanted to make modeling tools accessible and easy to use for everyone. No more clunky setup, no more fiddling around with file versions.
On August 2012, we launched the public beta of the world’s first real-time collaborative web modeler. This first version only supported UML class diagrams. We kept working on the product, adding features, UML diagrams and improving user experience.
Hi GenMyModel lovers! We are pleased to announce a new GenMyModel release. What’s new? In short: UML templates, movable links, flowchart improvements, history improvements and custom avatars. Let’s describe each point!
The GenMyModel transformations repository grows again with the addition of a new code generator for UML. This time, Ruby is the shining star. The new generator tries to cover as much as possible of the semantic you add in your class diagram.
We are pleased to announce that we have just released a new version of GenMyModel. This version brings many improvement to both the GenMyModel Dashboard and the Editor. What’s New in the Dashboard? We have changed a few things on the dashboard to improve user experience. Home Screen When you arrive on the dashboard, you […]Continue reading
After the recent release of the BPMN Visio Import, GenMyModel continues to evolve for bringing you more traceability, performance and flexibility. The latest release update includes a new professional PDF export, the redesign of the model history browser and the drag and drop of model elements within the project explorer. These improvements bring a significant […]Continue reading
Import your Visio Models in GenMyModel Cloud BPMN Modeler Many companies use MS Visio to visualize their business processes. Some of them have recently started to use GenMyModel to close the gap between a drawing and a valid BPMN 2.0 model. We received hundreds of requests for supporting the import of BPMN models designed with […]Continue reading
There are many impressive blogs on business processes and modeling. Here are some of our favorites (in no particular order). BPMN Leader “BPM Leader is the expert network and community site where you can find the latest insights, ideas and best practices on Business Process Management (BPM), Workflow Automation, Case Management (ACM), Lean Six Sigma […]Continue reading
The BPMN specification presents lots of technical definitions and rules, but it does not teach you how to create process models that are effective in their primary mission – maximizing shared understanding of the as-is or to-be process. To do process modeling effectively, GenMyModel provides you a wide range of tools and features. In this […]Continue reading
People using modeling tools for business process modeling usually want to “collaborate”. But what do they exactly mean? Probably more than a simple nice and well-integrated chat zone! In this post, we use the “Coordination Theory” (1) to present the six levels of interaction commonly involved when we model business processes. Business process management requires […]Continue reading