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Customers - What They are Saying
" Lattix is a quality product with great customer support. I was impressed with the depth of information Lattix provides, and the ability to not only identify problem dependencies, but explore scenarios to remove them. The Lattix consulting support was topnotch and extremely worthwhile, giving us a strong head start in using the product effectively. Lattix technical support has also gone above and beyond in helping us achieve our goals. Highly recommend!"
Senior Database Architect, Northrop Grumman Corporation
" Our team at Con-way had more than 230 projects in the Eclipse workspace which were required by every developer due to circular dependencies...using Lattix's DSM partitioning algorithms, we optimized the project build order and our project sprawl is now free of circular dependencies."
Technical Lead, Con-way Inc.
"The eBay marketplace runs on a very large global software stack...We have worked with Lattix to incorporate new features that enables us to effectively modularize and maintain our large codebase."
Director of Platform Team, eBay, Inc.
"Having served more than 12 million customers, VistaPrint is the leading online supplier of high-quality graphic design services and customized printed products...We are using the .NET module and the new SQL Server module in Lattix to provide architectural visibility and impact analysis as we refactor our large .NET and SQL Server based enterprise infrastructure."
Chief Architect, VistaPrint.
"We were looking for a better way to analyze and modularize the db4o architecture. We found a great tool called Lattix...Our long term objective is to have a framework that can grow a rich feature set over time without growing in complexity....We believe that Lattix is going to help us obtain that objective."
"That´s what impressed me about the Lattix tool: ease of use, quick results, simple concept (DSM)...A DSM view on software is merciless in its clarity. You don´t get mired in tedious layout work, but rather the tool strips naked the software you throw at it."
Long-time .NET Consultant/Author
Microsoft Visual Developer Solution Architect MVP
"Lattix LDM intuitively lets you sort through the maze to disentangle even the worst results of system evolution"
VP and Fellow, Sun Microsystems
"The DSM is both infinitely scalable and collapsible. You can make the matrix as large as you need it. If it grows too large, you can collapse it in a couple of different ways. First, you can organize your packages into larger groupings-call them subassemblies or application components. You might organize architecturally, by selecting classes or packages that belong together functionally, and organizing each of those separately using DSM."
Editor, The ServerSide.com
"Every now and then, a development tool comes along that provides new insight into how we can build better software. Lattix LDM is such a tool. Too often we simply depend upon experience to evaluate a system's design for organization, structure, layering, and other attributes that indicate the architectural quality. Lattix LDM 2.0 is an easy-to-use tool that provides empirical information, giving us new ways to evaluate software systems."
Professor of Computer Science, WPI and Jolt Judge
"IDC has written for several years about the software complexity crisis. Lattix LDM is a step toward taming this crisis by helping IT managers and others understand what are the various software modules they are managing and how they relate to each other...any organization can benefit from Lattix LDM"
Program VP, Software Rearch Group, IDC
"I've been trying to find the time to write this posting ever since I got back from EclipseWorld. Obviously, in this job I get to see a lot of demos of tools built with Eclipse. A lot of them are pretty cool. Everyone once in a while I see something that just blows my socks off."
Executive Director, Eclipse Foundation
"Whenever we come across a new head-slapper product that we feel developers should be including into their developer toolchest, we're doubly excited. Lattix LDM is one of those jewels. As one judge says, "This is a product I want to use." It's got a very nice approach to actually measuring and visualizing the coupling and cohesion of a large system's architecture. It also lets you modify the subsystems and packages so that you can improve the robustness. Absolutely +1."
Technical Editor of Dr Dobbs Journal