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Tom Sawyer Software to Exhibit at INCOSE Symposium

Tom Sawyer Software to Join Systems Engineering Community at INCOSE 2015

Berkeley, CA, June 25, 2015— INCOSE Symposium is the largest gathering of systems engineers who come together for presentations, workshops, tutorials, and panel discussions for the opportunity to share ideas, build competency, and forge new partnerships. This symposium will be held from July 13 to July 16 in Seattle, Washington.

Tom Sawyer Software invites you to visit us at booth D5 to see the powerful graph visualization and analysis capabilities of Tom Sawyer Perspectives. Stop by to watch demonstrations including business process management, project management, and UML, SysML, and electrical one-line diagramming.

Tom Sawyer Software assists systems integrators, and enterprises and governments in building and deploying sophisticated graph visualization applications. From datacenter and application management, to business process and circuit diagramming, to mission planning and systems analysis, Tom Sawyer Software offers sales and services to help organizations from a broad array of industries to visualize their complex data from multiple data sources.

To register for INCOSE Symposium, click here.

To learn more about Tom Sawyer Perspectives, click here.

About Tom Sawyer Software

Tom Sawyer Software is the leading provider of software and services that enable organizations to build highly scalable and flexible graph and data visualization and analysis applications. These applications are used to discover hidden patterns, complex relationships, and key trends in large and diverse datasets. Tom Sawyer Software serves clients with needs in link analysis; network topology; architectures and models; schematics and maps; and dependencies, flows, and processes. We help clients federate and integrate their data from multiple sources and build the graph and data visualization applications that are critical to analyzing and gaining insight into their data.

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