We’ve had quite a bit of interest in our ‘example’ data models from ERPs over the last few months. A number of people have said that they don’t have a modelling tool easily accessible and therefore can’t see what the diagrams look like, which is a fair point.
With that in mind, you will see two images here, one of a JDEdwards Accounts Payable system as a PowerDesigner Data Model, the other a set of Salesforce tables as an ERwin data model.
JD Edwards Accounts Payable Model in PowerDesigner Format
These give an idea of the kind of Entity-Relationships models that can be made with Safyr, based upon metadata drawn from the respective application.
The first data model we did in this series was a SAP ‘Bill of Materials’ model – so you might…
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