SysML Partners Honored as Leader on the SD Times 100 List

SysML Partners Named Winner in the “Modeling” Category
 
 
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June 4, 2007 - PRLog -- The SysML Partners, the group of software vendors and industry leaders that created a version of UML for systems engineering called SysML, has been named a winner of the SD Times 100. The award citation notes that SysML “picked up steam in 2006.”

The 5th annual SD Times 100, published in the June 1, 2007 issue of BZ Media’s SD Times, recognizes the leaders and innovators of the software development industry. The 2007 SD Times 100 was also posted to the http://www.sdtimes.com Web site on June 1.

“The winners of this year’s SD Times 100 awards have demonstrated their leadership in shaping the software development industry,” said David Rubinstein, Editor-in-Chief of SD Times. “We took into account each nominee’s products and services, its reputation among development managers, and the new ideas it brought out. These select individuals and organizations are the ones we’ve identified as helping to move the art of development forward.”

“It’s gratifying to be named to this prestigious list of industry leaders,” said Cris Kobryn, Chair of the SysML Partners and CEO of PivotPoint Technology, one of the original SysML Partners. “This award reflects well upon all the vendors and other industry leaders that contributed to the SysML open source specification project, and it bodes well for SysML’s success in the marketplace.”

For more information on the SD Times Annual 100 list please go to: http://www.sdtimes.com.

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About SysML Partners
The SysML Partners is the group of software tool vendors and industry leaders that convened in 2003 to create a version of UML for systems engineering called SysML. SysML was designed by an open source specification project, and includes an open source license for distribution and use. To learn more visit the SysML project web at http://www.sysml.org.

UML is a trademark of the Object Management Group. Other marks used herein are the property of the respective owners.

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