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Watermark Learning Expands Use Case Modeling Course

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2004

Helps Businesses Streamline Product, Services and Software DevelopmentEdina, MN March 2, 2004 Watermark Learning, a leading project management and requirements analysis training company, today announced an expanded Use Case Modeling course designed to offer business analysts, project managers and systems analysts better techniques for understanding and capturing business requirements necessary to develop new products, services and software.The expanded Use Case Modeling course, from Watermark Learning, provides a framework for understanding and modeling effective use cases designed to better facilitate communication between analysts and business customers.”We’ve found that by expanding to a two day hands-on course, in which we increase the amount of team exercises, that the concepts are learned much more quickly,” said Elizabeth Larson, Watermark Learning Principal. “Assimilating Use Case concepts more quickly in the classroom means more effective product and service development in the workplace.”In the course, Watermark Learning defines the use case model, describes the two components of that model, and overviews a four-step process for developing use case models. Class participants will develop complete Use Case diagrams using Unified Modeling Language (UML).“I really enjoyed Watermark Learning’s Use Case Modeling class – I learned a great deal and did not get bored or lose interest at all,” said Christy Shanks, Carlson Marketing Group. “As CMG moves to a use case focus, I hope to use this learning toward creating use cases as part of future requirements endeavors. This class will also help me provide input on the future of requirements at CMG.”The newly expanded Use Case Modeling course, from Watermark Learning, covers:Use Case DiagramsUse Case Narrative DescriptionsUse Case RelationshipsActivity DiagramsDocumentationUsing Use Case Models in Developing the Domain ModelTo learn more about the Use Case Modeling course, from Watermark Learning, visit: or call 800.646.9362.About Watermark LearningWatermark Learning is a leading project management and requirements analysis skill development company. It offers training and mentoring on Project Management, Requirements Analysis, Leadership, and Software Development. Clients include professionals from Wells Fargo Bank, 3M, GMAC/RFC, Minnesota Life, ING/Reliastar, MetLife, State of Minnesota, and other Fortune 500 and smaller organizations.To learn more about Watermark Learning visit or call 952.921.0900 or 800.646.9362.###

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