2014-12-18: Version 5.2 of Macroscope is released and now available to licensed cients for download.

2014-08-15: Enterprise Architecture techniques now available on Macroscope 5.2 Beta site.

2014-05-29: A new version of the Results Chain Modeling tool is now available. Licensed Members: you may now download RCM 4.1

2014-02-17: eLearning module on Risk Management now available to all registered members. Click here to start learning!

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