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REPORT NO. S80310009522      200+ PAGES      75+ TABLES AND FIGURES   2001      

Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools Software Market Strategies and Forecasts, 2001-2006


WinterGreen Research, Inc.

Lexington, Massachusetts

Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools Software Markets Position To Participate In High Growth

Computer Consumer Segments

Market Strategies

Forecasts To 2006

AMD tools support methodologies that enhance developer efforts to implement business process management.  Modeling tools are used to define, model, and develop business processes.  Applications relate to the ability to manage information in an electronic form.

AMD is used to increase productivity at every level of an enterprise organization.  Tools can be applied at various steps of the development cycle.  Productivity increases range from business logic design to complete application development.

Analysis, modeling, and design (AMD) tools support formalized modeling and business rules methodologies that assist in generating application requirements, data definitions, and programming specifications.

AMD tools are used to implement software development of applications in a team environment.  Tools support development efforts based on data analysis and design of strategic goals.

Configuration and change management products unify software teams by providing comprehensive support for development teams working in parallel on shared project artifacts, such as source code, binary files, software models, requirements documents, test cases, and project reports.

Java development covers the complete application product development life cycle.  Java is a relatively new language.  Development environments are beginning to catch up with traditional client/server tools in terms of completeness and richness.  Initially a Java IDE has a visual editor, a code editor, a compiler, a debugger, and some wizards.

A software developer launches a Java AMD software tool, checks out an application from the source control system, and starts the development cycle.  UML modelers help the developer with the design of the application and generation of source code.  Java developers provide wizards and editors, both visual and code centric.

The design is positioned to add functionality.  Various tools are there to compile, test, debug, and tune the application.  The developer can check the application back into the source control system and, after sufficient testing, deploy it to its final destination.



AMD markets are poised for significant growth.  When a market participant emerges with easy to use, end-to-end AMD solutions that work, broad acceptance is predicted.  Markets at $452 million in 2000 are expected to reach $1.2 billion by 2006.  The 2001/ 2002 recessionary market environment will slow, but not stop growth of these markets that change forever the systems for design and implementation of software.


Object modeling AMD tools are generally considered difficult to use by working programmers.  They are expected to grow to $789.6 million by 2006 because some tools are better than no tools in a lot of cases.  Indeed, the object tools are expected to keep improving and therefore be more useful by the end of the forecast period.


Vendors that develop a broad combined data modeling, object modeling, and repository AMD tool will contribute to growth of this market segment.  Data modeling is expected to become the basis of robust AMD tools offerings.  Data modeling is positioned to solve integration issues that evolve in application sharing across the network.


AMD repository markets at $27.2 million in 2000 are expected to reach $168 million by 2006.

Companies Profiled


Computer Associates


Dirig Software

Embarcadero Technologies


Popkin Software

Rational Software












This is the one-hundredth report in a series of market research reports that provide forecasts in communications, telecommunications, the internet, computer, software, and telephone equipment.  The project leaders take direct responsibility for writing and preparing each report.  They have significant experience preparing industry studies.  Forecasts are based on primary research and proprietary data bases.  Forecasts reflect analysis of the market trends in the segment and related segments.  Unit and dollar shipments are analyzed through consideration of dollar volume of each market participation in the segment.  market share analysis includes conversations with key customers of products, industry segment leaders, marketing directors, distributors, leading market participants, and companies seeking to develop measurable market share.  Over 200 in depth interviews are conducted for each report with a broad range of key participants and opinion leaders in the market segment.


AMD Tools Are Central To The

Implementation Of A Refined Business Management Process




Software Business Process Tools  ES-1

AMD Market Forecasts  ES-3


1.1           Software Business Process Tools Market Description  1-1

1.2           Industry Issues  1-3

1.3           Industry Challenges  1-6

1.4           Integrated Tool Solutions  1-7

1.5           Process Maturity  1-9

1.6           Software Teams  1-9

1.7           Target Users For Software Tools  1-11

1.8           Reduce Time-To-Market 1-12

1.9           Manage Change  1-12

1.10         Key Components Of Software Tool Strategy  1-13

1.11         Strategic Alliances  1-14

1.12         Industry Standards  1-14

1.13         Tools Market 1-15

1.14         Capacity Utilization  1-16

1.14.1             Top Down Internet Infrastructure Intelligence  1-16

1.15         Getting Products To Market Quickly  1-17

1.16         Localizing products  1-17

1.17         Mobile Workforce Requirements  1-18

1.18         Redefinition Of The Many Complex Relationships Among People And Processes  1-20

1.19         Internet Applications (IAD) 1-21

1.20         Java Servlets  1-22

1.20.1             Java Servlet Engines  1-22

1.21         Building Java Server Pages  1-24

1.22         Software License Product Pricing  1-25







2.1           AMD Tools Market Definition  2-1

2.2           Market Driving Forces  2-1

2.2.1               AMD Market Shares  2-4

2.2.2               AMD Market Forecasts  2-7

2.3           Object Modeling AMD   2-13

2.3.1               Object Modeling AMD Market Shares  2-14

2.3.2               Object Modeling AMD Market Forecasts  2-15

2.4           Data Modeling AMD   2-16

2.4.1               Data Modeling AMD Market Shares  2-17

2.4.2               Data Modeling AMD Market Forecasts  2-19

2.5           Repository AMD   2-20

2.5.1               Repository AMD Market Shares  2-22

2.5.2               Repository AMD Market Forecasts  2-22

2.6           Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools Regional Market Analysis  2-24

2.6.1               Rational Software Regional Revenue  2-24


3.1           AMD Tools  3-1

3.2           Software Development Tools  3-2

3.2.1               Enterprise Java Beans  3-3

3.2.2               Creating EJB Client Applications  3-3

3.2.3               Create, Build, And Deploy A Session Bean  3-4

3.3           Rational  3-4

3.3.1               Rational Unified Process  3-4

3.3.2               Rational Integrated Solutions  3-5

3.3.3               Rational Rose Visual Modeling Solutions  3-5

3.3.4               Rational Suite  3-7

3.3.5               Rational Suite Analyst Studio  3-7

3.3.6               Rational Suite Development Studio  3-8

3.3.7               Rational Suite Test Studio  3-9

3.3.8               Rational Suite Content Studio  3-9

3.3.9               Rational Suite Enterprise  3-9

3.3.10             Rational Software Configuration and Change Management 3-10

3.3.11             Rational RequisitePro  3-11

3.3.12             Project Configuration For Java  3-13

3.3.13             Rational Rose XML Support 3-14

3.3.14             Rational Rose Web Modeling Support 3-14

3.3.15             Rational Rose Data Modeling Support 3-14

3.3.16             Rational Rose Storage Modeling  3-15

3.3.17             Rational Rose / WebGain TOPLink  3-15

3.3.18             Rational Rose SQL Server 2000  3-16

3.4           Oracle    3-16

3.4.1               Oracle Internet Developer Suite  3-16

3.4.2               Oracle JDeveloper 3-18

3.4.3               Oracle9i JDeveloper, 3-22

3.4.4               JDeveloper Leverages J2EE Platform   3-26

3.4.5               Oracle Business Components for Java  3-26

3.4.6               Java, XML and SQL combination  3-27

3.4.7               XML Tools  3-27

3.4.8               SQL and PL/SQL Tools  3-29

3.4.9               Browsing Database Objects  3-30

3.4.10             UML Modeling  3-31

3.4.11             Class Modeler / Java Classes  3-31

3.4.12             Business Components for Java  3-32

3.4.13             Activity Modeler 3-32

3.4.14             Oracle Designer 3-33

3.4.15             Oracle Systems For Developing JSP Applications  3-33

3.4.16             Oracle Internet Platform   3-34

3.5           Computer Associates Unicenter E-Business Infrastructure  3-36

3.5.1               CA Unicenter Solutions  3-37

3.5.2               eBusiness Process  3-39

3.6           Sybase PowerJ  3-40

3.6.1               PowerJ Supports Enterprise Javabeans  3-41

3.6.2               Stateful Beans  3-42

3.6.3               Creating EJB Components  3-44

3.6.4               Development of an EJB Component 3-45

3.6.5               Implementing A Servlet 3-45

3.6.6               EJB Development Roles  3-46

3.7           Aonix Lifecycle Solutions  3-48

3.7.1               Aonix's Software Through Pictures (StP) 3-49

3.8           Real-Time Development Tools  3-53

3.8.1               Aonix Object Ada Real-Time Raven  3-53

3.8.2               Aonix Automated Design Review Tool 3-54

3.9           Embarcadero  3-55

3.9.1               Embarcadero Technologies Key Product Solutions  3-56

3.9.2               Embarcadero Database Administration Solution DBArtisan  3-56

3.9.3               Database Development 3-58

3.9.4               ER/Studio Database Design  3-58

3.9.5               GDPro Application Development 3-58

3.9.6               Embarcadero Unification of Application Development and Modeling  3-60

3.10         Telelogic  3-64

3.10.1             DOORS    3-64

3.10.2             Telelogic Tau UML Suite  3-65

3.10.3             Mission-Critical Stability  3-66

3.10.4             Shared Components And Reuse  3-66

3.10.5             Superior Team Collaboration  3-67

3.10.6             Documentation Generation  3-67

3.10.7             Life Cycle Support 3-67

3.11         Automated Testing Solutions  3-69

3.11.1             Rational Test Factory  3-69


4.1           Implementing A Servlet 4-1

4.2           Communicating Between Servlets  4-2

4.3           Building And Deploying Servlets  4-2

4.4           Creating Servlet Client Applications  4-3

4.5           Java Server Pages  4-4

4.6           Setting J2EE-Specific Deployment Descriptor Elements  4-5

4.7           Web Server Extension Support 4-7


5.1           Market Participants in Analysis, Modeling, and Design (AMD) Tools Software  5-1

5.2           Aonix   5-3

5.2.1               Gores Technology Group  5-4

5.3           Computer Associates  5-4

5.3.1               CA Acquisitons  5-6

5.3.2               Segment and Geographic Information  5-9

5.4           Cyrano     5-10

5.5           Dirig Software  5-11

5.6           Embarcadero Technologies  5-12

5.6.1               Embarcadero Technologies Financials  5-13

5.6.2               Embarcadero Technologies Customers  5-15



5.7           Oracle    5-15

5.7.1               Oracle Revenues  5-19

5.7.2               Oracle Geographic Information  5-20

5.8           Popkin Software  5-21

5.9           Rational Software  5-22

5.9.1               Rational Business Alliances  5-25

5.9.2               Rational Revenue  5-25

5.9.3               International Sales  5-25

5.10         Segue    5-27

5.10.1             E-Business Strategies  5-29

5.10.2             Segue Customer Base  5-29

5.10.3             Segue Software Solutions  5-30

5.10.4             Segue Software Revenue  5-32

5.11         Sybase    5-34

5.11.1             Sybase As Supplier Of Portable Intelligence Solutions  5-34

5.11.2             Sybase Integrated Data Warehouse Technologies  5-35

5.11.3             Financial Solutions  5-36

5.11.4             Sybase E-Business Solutions  5-36

5.11.5             Sybase Customers  5-36

5.11.6             Market Focus  5-37

5.11.7             Business Units  5-38

5.11.8             Financial Fusion  5-38

5.11.9             Sybase / iAnywhere Solutions  5-39

5.11.10           e-Business Division  5-39

5.11.11           Business Intelligence Division  5-40

5.11.12           Enterprise Solutions Division  5-41

5.11.13           Sybase Customers  5-42

5.11.14           Business Intelligence Division  5-45

5.12         Telelogic  5-46

5.12.1             Telelogic Products  5-46

5.12.2             Telelogic Strategy  5-47

5.12.3             Telelogic Customers  5-47

5.13         TogetherSoft 5-48

List of Tables and Figures

Table ES-1                                                                                                                                                                     ES-2

Analysis, Modeling, And Design (AMD) Tools Objectives

Figure ES-2                                                                                                                                                                   ES-3

AMD Tools Market Forecasts, 2001-2006


Table 1-1  1-2

Analysis, Modeling, And Design (AMD) Tools Objectives

Table 1-2  1-4

Software Development Issues

Table 1-3  1-5

Software Development Challenges

Table 1-4  1-8

Principal Tool Categories

Table 1-5  1-9

Software Teams

Table 1-6  1-10

Software Development Stages

Table 1-7  1-11

Organizational Improvement Of Software Development


Table 1-8  1-11

Software Engineering Disciplines

Table 1-9  1-13

Key Components Of Software Tool Strategy

Table 1-10  1-19

Mobile Professionals

Table 1-11  1-19

Use of Mobile Connections

Table 1-12  1-21

Analysis, Modeling, And Design (AMD) Tools Software Internet Target Markets

Table 1-13  1-23

Servlet Uses


Table 2-1  2-2

Developer Constructs Used By AMD Tools

Table 2-2  2-3

AMD Market Driving Forces

Figure 2-3                                                                                                                                                                         2-4

AMD Tools Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-4                                                                                                                                                                         2-5

AMD Tools Market Shares, First Half 2001

Table 2-5                                                                                                                                                                          2-6

Worldwide Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools AMD Shipments Market Shares,

2000 and First Half 2001

Figure 2-6                                                                                                                                                                         2-8

AMD Tools Market Forecasts, 2001-2006

Table 2-7                                                                                                                                                                          2-9

Worldwide Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools (AMD)

Shipment Segments AMD Tools Market Forecasts, 2001-2006

Table 2-8                                                                                                                                                                        2-10

Worldwide AMD Tools Segments 2000

Table 2-9                                                                                                                                                                        2-11

Worldwide AMD Tools Segments, First Half 2001

Table 2-10  2-11

Worldwide Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools AMD

Shipment Segments, 2000 and First Half 2001

Table 2-11  2-13

Object Modeling AMD Market Driving Forces

Figure 2-12  2-14

AMD Object Modeling Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-13  2-16

AMD Object Modeling Market Forecasts, 2001-2006

Table 2-14  2-17

AMD Data Modeling Market Driving Forces

Figure 2-15  2-18

AMD Data Modeling Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-16  2-19

AMD Data Modeling Market Forecasts, 2001-2006

Table 2-17  2-20

Repository AMD Market Driving Forces

Figure 2-18  2-22

Repository AMD Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-19  2-22

Repository AMD Market Forecasts, 2001-2006

Table 2-20  2-24

Worldwide Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools Regional Revenue Analysis, 2000


Table 3-1  3-2


Table 3-2  3-6

Reverse Engineered Components

Table 3-3  3-7

Rational Team And Analyst Support

Table 3-4  3-12

Rational Rose Features

Table 3-5  3-16

Oracle Business Intelligence Tools

Table 3-6  3-18

Oracle Internet Developer Suite Internet Standards Supported

Table 3-7  3-19

Oracle JDeveloper Features

Table 3-8  3-20

Oracle JDeveloper Integrated Environment

Table 3-9  3-21

Internet Rapid Application Development Constructs

Table 3-10  3-22

Oracle JDeveloper Tools

Table 3-11  3-23

Oracle JDeveloper Development Target Markets

Table 3-12  3-24

Oracle JDeveloper Products

Table 3-13  3-25

Tools Targeted To Make Application Development More Productive

Table 3-14  3-28

Oracle XML Schema

Table 3-15  3-29

Features For Managing Connections And Browsing Database Objects

Table 3-16  3-30

Types Of Schemas Represented As Objects by Oracle

Table 3-17  3-34

JDeveloper Wizards and Custom Tags

Table 3-18  3-37

Unicenter e-Business Infrastructure

Table 3-19  3-38

CA Product Line

Table 3-20  3-40

Computer Associates Hardware Platforms And Operating Systems Supported

Table 3-21  3-41

Sybase PowerJ Functions

Table 3-22  3-47

EJB Container Features

Table 3-23  3-50

Aonix Software Lifecycle Phases Linked


Table 3-24  3-51

Aonix StP Product Family

Table 3-25  3-52

Project Artifacts Managed By Stp Product Family

Table 3-26  3-54

Key Features of Aonix RAVEN

Table 3-27  3-56

Embarcadero Technologies Key Product Solutions

Table 3-28  3-57

DBArtisan Administration Phase Of The Database Lifecycle

Table 3-29  3-59

GDPro Features

Table 3-30  3-61

Embarcadero Describe Benefits

Table 3-31  3-68

Multiple Language Code Generation


Table 4-1  4-5

J2EE Components

Table 4-2  4-6

How To Add An EJB Reference


Table 5-1  5-1

Market Participants in Analysis, Modeling, and Design (AMD) Tools Software Markets

Table 5-2  5-16

Systems Software Internet Platform Functions

Table 5-3  5-17

Systems Software Internet Platform Features

Table 5-4  5-23

Rational Business Applications Customers

Table 5-5  5-28

Segue Software e-business Positioning

Table 5-6  5-31

Segue Software Solutions

Table 5-7  5-33

Segue Software Customers

















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WinterGreen Research, founded in 1985, provides strategic market assessments in telecommunications, communications equipment, health care, and advanced computer technology.  Industry reports focus on opportunities that will expand existing markets or develop major new markets.  The reports assess new product and service positioning strategies, new and evolving technologies, and technological impact on products, services, and markets.  Market shares are provided.  Leading market participants are profiled, and their marketing strategies, acquisitions, and strategic alliances are discussed.  The principals of WinterGreen Research have been involved in analysis and forecasting of international business opportunities in telecommunications and advanced computer technology markets for over 30 years.

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Ellen T. Curtiss, Technical Director, co-founder of WinterGreen Research, conducts strategic and market assessments in technology-based industries.  Previously she was a member of the staff of Arthur D. Little, Inc., for 23 years, most recently as Vice President of Arthur D. Little Decision Resources, specializing in strategic planning and market development services.  She is a graduate of Boston University and the Program for Management Development at Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.  She is the author of recent studies on worldwide telecommunications markets and the Top Ten Telecommunications market analysis and forecasts.

Susan Eustis, President, co-founder of WinterGreen Research, has done research in communications and computer markets and applications.  She holds several patents in microcomputing and parallel processing.  She is the author of recent studies of the Regional Bell Operating Companies' marketing strategies, Internet equipment, a study of Internet Equipment, Worldwide Telecommunications Equipment, Top Ten Telecommunications, Digital Loop Carrier, Web Hosting, and Application Integration markets.  Ms. Eustis is a graduate of Barnard College.











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