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Business Diagrams

The business counts a huge number of areas, in which a lot of people around the world are involved today, in this regard, the number of business processes is also enormous. Over the past decades, there were developed many methods of description and modeling the business processes, of solving the business problems and tasks of planning and management. Meanwhile, a form of displaying results is very important because the clearer it is, the easier the information and data will be perceived and analyzed by other people. The information in a form of a text or several tables is quite difficult to perceive but when it is visualized, turned into the colorful graphical objects, it is much easier to read, and more interesting to study and to analyze. The most visual form of representation of the information are diagrams, graphs, drawings, maps, and infographics. In each particular case, it is convenient to describe the business processes graphically with the help of a specific well-known type of a diagram and its generally accepted graphical notation which makes your business diagrams equally understandable and easily apprehensible by all stakeholders.

The business diagrams allow describing the business processes clearly and in detail to build the models of business processes, to present the main conclusions of the business plans, and to identify the regularities and dependencies. The visual design of business documents with the aid of diagrams reflecting commercial indicators helps display clearly the status of the business projects, confirm or refute the correctness of the chosen commercial policy, show investors and sponsors the rationality of the use of made investments.

Among the most famous and commonly used business charts are the Bubble Diagrams or Spray Diagrams, Circle-Spoke Diagrams or Circular Hub Diagrams, Circular Arrows Diagrams or Segmented Cycle Diagrams, and Venn Diagrams. The business diagrams of these types clearly show the values of various business characteristics and economic indicators, their correlations and distributions, allow monitoring the changes in the company’s performance, visualizing and comparing the indicators of profit, efficiency, profitability and risk, tracking the development of a business project in dynamics. On the same diagram, there can be displayed same indicators in different time periods or diverse types of indicators, depending on your needs.

The Business Diagrams Solution extends ConceptDraw DIAGRAM with an extensive collection of professionally designed illustrative samples and a wide variety of vector stencils libraries, which are the real help for all business-related people, business analysts, business managers, business advisers, marketing experts, PR managers, knowledge workers, scientists, and other stakeholders allowing them to design the Bubble Diagrams, Circle-Spoke Diagrams, Circular Arrows Diagrams, and Venn Diagrams with different quantity of sets in just minutes. All listed business diagrams designed with solution's tools always come out bright, neat, expressive and attractive, that makes it easy to use them in various documents, reports, statistical summaries when creating solid and convincing presentations of any style.


There are 4 libraries containing 67 vector shapes, 50 examples and templates in the Business Diagrams solution.

Design Elements — Bubble Diagrams

Design Elements — Bubble Diagrams

Design Elements — Circle-Spoke Diagrams

Design Elements — Circle-Spoke Diagram

Design Elements — Circular Arrows Diagrams

Design Elements — Circular Arrows Diagrams

Design Elements — Venn Diagrams

Design Elements for drawing Venn Diagrams

Examples

There are a few samples that you see on this page which were created in the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM application by using the Business Diagrams solution. Some of the solution's capabilities as well as the professional results which you can achieve are all demonstrated here on this page.

All source documents are vector graphic documents which are always available for modifying, reviewing and/or converting to many different formats, such as MS PowerPoint, PDF file, MS Visio, and many other graphic ones from the ConceptDraw Solution Park or ConceptDraw STORE. The Business Diagrams solution is available to all ConceptDraw DIAGRAM users to get installed and used while working in the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and drawing software.

Example 1: Bubble Diagram — Employee Needs

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Bubble Diagrams library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 15 minutes creating this sample.

This sample diagram demonstrates a potential structure of employee needs, and shows the importance of those needs by using variable bubble sizing and color. As the distance to the main idea increases, color intensity and size of the bubble are reduced.

Bubble Diagram — Employee Needs

Example 2: Bubble Diagram — Employer Objectives

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Bubble Diagrams library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 20 minutes creating this sample.

ConceptDraw connectors help you quickly create bubble charts, like this one showing a structured view of employer objectives. It’s useful and informative to visualize the levels using different colors, presenting data in a way that's easily understood.

Bubble Diagram — Employer Objectives

Example 3: Bubble Diagram — Employment Policy Direction

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Bubble Diagrams library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This diagram shows the main components of an enterprise’s employment policy. These components are organized in a wheel around the central idea. The value of each component is represented by the size of the bubble.

Bubble Diagram — Employment Policy Direction

Example 4: Bubble Diagram — McKinsey 7S Framework

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Bubble Diagrams library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

A bubble diagram that visualizes the popular management model McKinsey 7S framework. This sample can be used and changed to reflect business strategy based on the 7S elements.

Bubble Diagram — McKinsey 7S Framework

Example 5: Bubble Diagram — Page Rank

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Bubble Diagrams library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This sample shows the Page Rank algorithm that characterizes the importance of websites. The bubble chart is a convenient tool to use in conjunction with Page Rank. One can visually compare anything based on various criteria by ordering bubbles by color, size, and proximity to the main idea.

Bubble Diagram — Page Rank

Example 6: Circle-spoke Diagram — Proximity Based Marketing

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circle-Spoke Diagram library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This sample shows a circle-spoke diagram that visualizes the application fields of proximity-based marketing. This diagram used bright orange to make the central topic stand out — you can tailor the shade according to your taste.

Circle-spoke Diagram — Proximity Based Marketing

Example 7: Circle-spoke Diagram — CASA Exposition

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circle-Spoke Diagram library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This sample shows a circle-spoke diagram that represents various documents and manuals relating to the CASA exposition. A color scheme was employed for clarity.

Circle-spoke Diagram — CASA Exposition

Example 8: Circle-spoke Diagram — Social Determinants of Health

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circle-Spoke Diagram library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This sample visually demonstrates the list of the social determinants of health in the form of a circle-spoke diagram. You can see all the economic and social conditions that influence the health status of a population. This diagram is a bright and engaging, and can be professionally used in presentations, conferences, or magazines, for example.

Circle-spoke Diagram — Social Determinants of Health

Example 9: Circle-spoke Diagram — Target Market

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circle-Spoke Diagram library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This circle-spoke diagram illustrates the marketing basis, relationships, and interactions between the target market and the main components of the marketing strategy. It’s simple, convenient and quick to create a professional diagram using the Business Diagrams solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM

Circle-spoke Diagram — Target Market

Example 10: Circle-spoke Diagram — Leadership and Data

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circle-Spoke Diagram library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This circle-spoke diagram shows the principles and components of asset management. Leadership and data assists the coordination of different functions represented in the asset management diagram. Your diagram should naturally fit the general style of the presentation, color scheme and arrangement are important.

Circle-spoke Diagram — Leadership and Data

Example 11: Circular Arrows Diagram — BPM Life Cycle

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circular Arrows Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This circular arrows diagram represents the stages of a business development cycle. One last touch to add more visuality and attractivity for your diagram, and make it easier for remembering - you can highlight each stage with its own bright color.

Circular Arrows Diagram — BPM Life Cycle

Example 12: Circular Arrows Diagram — Advanced Persistent Threat Lifecycle

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circular Arrows Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 15 minutes creating this sample.

This sample shows a circular arrows diagram that describes Advanced Persistent Threat (APT). You can see how the gradation of color works, the color intensity is reduced from the stage to stage, emphasizing the importance and priority of the most intensely colored stages.

Circular Arrows Diagram — Advanced Persistent Threat Lifecycle

Example 13: Circular Arrows Diagram — Conservation Measures Partnership CMP Cycle

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circular Arrows Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This sample demonstrates the circular arrows diagram of the Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP) lifecycle. Each stage has a detailed description. It is a complex detailed diagram, but was easily created ConceptDraw DIAGRAM. By using the predesigned objects contained in the library one can draw a diagram similar to this in several minutes.

Circular Arrows Diagram — CMP Cycle

Example 14: Circular Arrows Diagram — Systems Development Life Cycle

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circular Arrows Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This circular arrows diagram shows the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC). This diagram clear, accurate, stylish, professional looking and can be successfully used in different presentations, reports, conferences, reportages, reviews, etc.

Circular Arrows Diagram — Systems Development Life Cycle

Example 15: Circular Arrows Diagram — Emergency Management Process

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Circular Arrows Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This Circular Arrows Diagram illustrates the steps of emergency management process. It is designed on the base of ready circular arrow object chosen from the variety offered by Business Diagrams solution. Bright colors and added clipart make this diagram exceptional.

Circular Arrows Diagram — Emergency Management Process

Example 16: Venn Diagram — Internet Marketing Professions

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Venn Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This Venn Diagram shows the names of the professions that have important skill intersections for internet marketing. The Venn Diagrams are widely used because it is convenient tool to visualize all possible logical intersections between several sets.

 Venn Diagram — Internet Marketing Professions

Example 17: Venn Diagram — Path to Sustainable Development

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Venn Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This Venn Diagram shows the prerequisites for sustainable development, as it is influenced by economic, social and environmental factors. For clarity the circles have different colors. The intersection of three circles is brightly highlighted with the lightest color.

Venn Diagram — Path to Sustainable Development

Example 18: Venn Diagram — Relationship Marketing

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Venn Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This sample shows a Venn Diagram, which displays the components that make up relationship marketing. It’s incredibly convenient, simple, and quick to draw a Venn Diagram using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM with its predesigned objects.

Venn Diagram — Relationship Marketing

Example 19: Venn Diagram — Photooxygenation

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Venn Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This Venn Diagram visually shows the attributes and components of a Photooxygenation reaction. This diagram is bright, attractive, and professional looking, so it can be used in presentations, reportages, reports, and scientific reviews.

Venn Diagram — Photooxygenation

Example 20: Venn Diagram — Knowledge

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Venn Diagrams Library from the Business Diagrams solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This sample shows a Venn Diagram that visualizes the intersection between two sets. The sets are equal in color value, but the intersection is visually highlighted to attract attention.

Venn Diagram — Knowledge

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Business Diagrams Solution for Microsoft Windows and macOS

What I Need to Get Started

After ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is installed, the Business Diagrams solution can be purchased either from the Management area of ConceptDraw STORE itself or from our online store. Thus, you will be able to use the Business Diagrams solution straight after.

Business Diagrams solution - Buy

How to install

First of all, make sure that both ConceptDraw STORE and ConceptDraw DIAGRAM applications are downloaded and installed on your computer. Next, install the Business Diagrams solution from the ConceptDraw STORE to use it in the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM application.

Business Diagrams solution - Install

Start using

Start using the Business Diagrams solution to make the professionally looking business planning diagrams by adding the design elements taken from the stencil libraries and editing the pre-made examples that can be found there.

Business Diagrams solution - Start Using

Creating Bubble Diagrams

How to Draw a Circle-Spoke Diagram

How to Draw a Circular Arrows Diagram

How to Create a Venn Diagram

Venn Diagrams

A Venn diagram, sometimes referred to as a set diagram, is a diagramming style used to show all the possible logical relations between a finite amount of sets. In mathematical terms, a set is a collection of distinct objects gathered together into a group, which can then itself be termed as a single object. Venn diagrams represent these objects on a page as circles or ellipses, and their placement in relation to each other describes the relationships between them.

Venn Diagrams

Simple Venn diagram showing two sets and their intersection made with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM

Commonly a Venn diagram will compare two sets with each other. In such a case, two circles will be used to represent the two sets, and they are placed on the page in such a way as that there is an overlap between them. This overlap, known as the intersection, represents the connection between sets — if for example the sets are 'mammals' and 'sea life', then the intersection will be 'marine mammals', e.g. dolphins or whales. Each set is taken to contain every instance possible of its class; everything outside the 'union' of sets (union is the term for the combined scope of all sets and intersections) is implicitly not any of those things — not a mammal, doesn't live underwater, etc.

The structure of this humble diagram was formally developed by the mathematician John Venn, but its roots go back as far as the 13th Century, and includes many stages of evolution dictated by a number of noted logicians and philosophers. The earliest indications of similar diagram theory came from the writer Ramon Llull, who's initial work would later inspire the German polymath Leibnez. Leibnez was exploring early ideas regarding computational sciences and diagrammatic reasoning, using a style of diagram that would eventually be formalized by another famous mathematician. This was Leonhard Euler, the creator of the Euler diagram.

Euler diagrams are similar to Venn diagrams, in that both compare distinct sets using logical connections. Where they differ is that a Venn diagram is bound to show every possible intersection between sets, whether objects fall into that class or not; a Euler diagram only shows actually possible intersections within the given context. Sets can exist entirely within another, termed as a subset, or as a separate circle on the page without any connections — this is known as a disjoint. Furthering the example outlined previously, if a new set was introduced — 'birds' — this would be shown as a circle entirely within the confines of the 'mammals' set (but not overlapping 'sea life'). A fourth set of 'trees' would be a disjoint — a circle without any connections or intersections.

Venn Diagrams

3-set Venn with 'empty' intersections, made using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM

Logician John Venn developed the Venn diagram in complement to Euler's concept. His diagram rules were more rigid than Euler's — each set must show its connection with all other sets within the union, even if no objects fall into this category. This is why Venn diagrams often only contain 2 or 3 sets, any more and the diagram can lose its symmetry and become overly complex. Venn made allowances for this by trading circles for ellipses and arcs, ensuring all connections are accounted for whilst maintaining the aesthetic of the diagram.

Venn Diagram

The ConceptDraw solution Venn Diagrams contains pre-made Venn templates

Usage for Venn diagrams has evolved somewhat since their inception. Both Euler and Venn diagrams were used to logically and visually frame a philosophical concept, taking phrases such as some of x is y, all of y is z and condensing that information into a diagram that can be summarized at a glance. They are used in, and indeed were formed as an extension of, set theory — a branch of mathematical logic that can describe object's relations through algebraic equation.

Now the Venn diagram is so ubiquitous and well ingrained a concept that you can see its use far outside mathematical confines. The form is so recognizable that it can shown through mediums such as advertising or news broadcast and the meaning will immediately be understood. They are used extensively in teaching environments — their generic functionality can apply to any subject and focus on my facet of it. Whether creating a business presentation, collating marketing data, or just visualizing a strategic concept, the Venn diagram is a quick, functional, and effective way of exploring logical relationships within a context.

As ever with any common (and not-so-common) diagramming technique, CS Odessa want to provide you with the tools needed to produce highly effective, professional diagrams, in the style that suits you. The Venn Diagrams solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM contains a library of 12 pre-built Venn diagrams, with options for 2, 3, 4 or 5 set variants, displayed using a range of color palettes. Just pick your style, fill in your text, and your work is almost done. From there you can choose to export your diagram into a presentation, open using other diagramming software, or use in conjunction with other services from the ConceptDraw Office suite. Help is on hand if you need it, from How-To guides, to video tutorials, not forgetting our huge online help desk.

For easy-to-make diagrams you'll use everyday, take the Venn Diagrams solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM.

Circular Arrows Diagrams

The use of circular arrows as a simple diagram style is utilized by knowledge workers to visually represent a circular, repeatable process or lifecycle. Steps in the process are shown as a segment of a ring, an arced section ending in an arrow that indicates the direction of process flow. In this way, the process forms a continuous loop; the last step of the process leading back to the first.

Circular arrows diagrams are used in many different business and educational settings, and can go under a number of different names depending on user preference. Here are a few alternate synonyms that may be used:

  • Arrows cycle diagram
  • Circle arrows diagram
  • Circular chevron diagram
  • Circular flow diagram
  • Circular multi-arrows diagram
  • Circular process diagram
  • Cycle diagram
  • Segmented cycle diagram

Each one essentially describes the same style. Through this basic premise, a large variety of physical processes and conceptual theories can be explored, presented and analyzed. In a business environment, circular arrows diagrams are used to distil company strategies into easily digestible and repeatable slogans, that can form the basis of internal company policy. Their use is also widespread in marketing and sales — here the cycle can include point of sales and customer interactions, to give some feedback on processes that are external to the business. Product lifecycles, corporate standards, or a design process; all can be shown using circular arrows.

Circular Arrows Diagrams

A basic circular arrows diagram, made using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM, with the central concept stated

With a neat, succinct form that can break any topic down into inter-related points, circular arrows diagrams are an ideal method for sharing relatively complex ideas with a large audience, pointing to the central concept in a way that's easy for the viewer to follow — the idea of cyclic processes is an intuitive one, with each point leading directly to the next, and all in support of base subject. Due to this, it is common to find circular arrows diagrams in advertising, news media, infographics, and as an educational tool — often as a visual reference to a central theme, accompanied by supporting text or illustrations.

Circular Arrows Diagram

This diagram uses a color scheme for additional information — shades of green denote process start/end, while colored arcs reference the central text

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM can now be extended with the tools needed for those wishing to use this diagramming technique. The Circular Arrows Diagrams solution supplies knowledge workers with a full package of templates, vector graphic stencils, and help and learning materials to give users of any experience a helping hand with their diagramming.

The vector graphics within the solution library are professionally designed, especially for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM, with its powerful features and functionality that allow for full control and a variety of visual styles when creating your diagram. The solution is adaptable — segments can be added and taken away from the initial design with just a few clicks of a button, and a full range of color options let you give your diagram the aesthetic you need.

Circular arrows diagrams can be stand alone concepts, viewed directly as they were made through DIAGRAM. For those with wider needs for their diagram, ConceptDraw is on hand to help — a full range of exporting options and presentation facilities are offered, to ensure your diagram is seen by those who need to see it. As an integrated part of the ConceptDraw Office suite, diagrams made in DIAGRAM can be shared with other ConceptDraw products to enhance project material and facillitate worker collaboration.

The Circular Arrows Diagram for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is another invaluable tool for business people, knowledge workers and educators.

Bubble and Circle-Spoke Diagrams

Throughout all stages of product or process design, in all forms of industry, a variety of diagrams are employed in order to model processes, explore improvements and solutions, and test design limits and parameters. From these, there are a particular set of diagrams used most commonly in the early, conceptual stages of design, that all follow a similar visual arrangement — that is, a central topic radiating lines that connect to several relevant sub-topics. Each topic is represented by a shape, and the connecting lines show the relationships between them.

Some of these types of diagram, such as brainstorm diagrams, concept maps, or mind maps, can be used a collaborative tool, where people share information and ideas and commit them to page as soon as they come to mind. The upshot of this method of diagramming is that you are left with a free-form map, full of relevant data but with little in the way of structure. Bubble and circle-spoke diagrams share the brainstorm aesthetic and are similar in creation, but differ in that they offer the designer a chance to show a certain level of hierarchy within a process.

Bubble diagrams

Bubble diagrams have a number of design features that set them apart slightly from diagrams mentioned previously. As the name suggests, each topic is framed on the page by a 'bubble' shape — the size of which is determined by the importance of the subject. Unlike a concept map, a bubble diagram can contain two or more central topics; position of the topic on the page initially isn't as relevant as the size of the bubble, and what other bubbles it links to.

Bubble Diagram

A bubble diagram designed using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM, that can be used for HR

Both physical structure and abstract theory can be modeled using a bubble diagram. They are widely used throughout landscaping and architecture to give a basic visual representation of space required for functions throughout a building or developed area. For instance, an architect tasked with constructing a museum would show 'Exhibits' as their biggest bubble. A smaller bubble would be 'Toilets', which would need to be connected strategically to the exhibits and the gift shop.
Conceptually, bubble diagrams offer the chance to place greater importance on certain topics or processes, using multiple central topics to represent sales, marketing, and production divisions within one company for example.

In both instance, bubble diagrams offer a 'quick-sketch' way of structuring concepts, whereby a designer can work fluidly, moving and reshaping topics as their relevance and relationship with other ideas becomes apparent. For the architect mentioned above, their diagram will eventually take the shape of a floor plan, showing the flow between bubbles/rooms. In other types of business, bubble diagrams can show where separate team strategies have a shared influence, using a more free-flowing logic to describe relationships.

Circle-spoke diagrams

A circle-spoke diagram can be looked at as a simpler, less detailed variant of the bubble diagram. It again deals with a central topic or concept, however only factors directly associated with it are listed — the topics place in a wider process is ignored at this point. Relevant factors are arranged around the centre in a wheel pattern, joined to the main topic by 'spokes'. The circles that contain each topic are of equal size, to denote their equal standing in regards to their influence.

Circle-spoke Diagram

Exploring all possibilities of healthy living, using a circle-spoke diagram created with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM

Sometimes called circular hub diagrams, they are used in business to determine a finite number of possible factors that affect a central theme — a marketing team might use one to list areas of product promotion; TV, social media, magazines and so on. A key design feature is that no judgement is made as to the strength of a particular factor, that the spokes are set out at equal distance. A good example for clarity would be a diagram with a schoolteacher as the central circle subject, and each of their pupils is represented by a spoke.

From concept to ConceptDraw

Since creating their powerful diagramming software, ConceptDraw DIAGRAM, CS Odessa have remained committed to extending its usability and functionality with a series of solutions designed for workers and students from many diverse fields of industry. The tools provided in Solution Park help everyone from software engineers to sales analysts; school teachers to scientists. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM can be used across a business, to detail software systems, describe telecommunications, create business results dashboards, or depict management and sales processes.

With the Bubble Diagrams and Circle-Spoke Diagrams solutions for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM, you are given all the design elements needed to create bright, engaging diagrams that can be used effectively as learning materials, as part of a presentation, or simply as a method of visual thinking. Each solution comes complete with a library containing all the design elements needed to create a diagram of each type, and each solution page offers a series of samples to show the capabilities of the software. As always with ConceptDraw solutions, there is a wealth of learning material (FAQs and videos) to help any novice designer.

Used in conjunction with other solutions from CS Odessa, you can start to add bubble or circle-spoke diagrams to infographics, PowerPoint presentations, or as part of an educational resource. This unique cross functionality, both in terms of solutions and file export options, is what makes ConceptDraw DIAGRAM such a versatile diagramming tool — workers from all vocations can find a solution that will make their life easier.