Sometimes it's fun to lose control

But not with your software architecture

That’s why we are creating
the unitary platform that allows your team 
to design, monitor and communicate
your software architecture at all times

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Software architecture is much more than just a few boxes

However the tools that you use nowadays were not designed for software architecture

And that creates some very annoying and disturbing problems


Manual integrations

You use more than one of these: Draw.io, Figma, Visio, Word, Powerpoint, Lucidcharts, Miro… But you have to keep all of them integrated manually. You spend some of the most boring hours of your life doing this. You become an integrator, a much less exciting version of the Terminator


Difficult communication

You share the docs with your team, but either there is too much information and they drown in it, or not enough and they don’t know what to do. What’s worse, communicating through messages or documents is very unstructured, so you have to spend a lot of time putting  everything together

business related people

Hand-made reporting

Product Managers, domain experts, executives… Many people ask for different information tailored to them. You have to keep them in the loop about what’s been done to make sure that the project satisfies the needs it was born to solve. You make hundreds of reports. When you hand in all those complicated a different reports, you often get Michael Scott’s reactions

Code revision

Low visibility on progress

Have the tasks been completed according to the designed plan? Or were they done in another manner? Will it be easy to track bugs when they appear (because they will)? Well, you’ll have to go into the very code to discover it


Infinite versions

The architecture continually evolves, so you have to make sure all the changes have been registered in the latest version… wait, someone made a change three versions ago that is not in this version? And who changed this thing and why?


Onboarding or handover

If the project goes well, you’ll either have to onboard new developers, or do a handover to the client that ordered the product. And that will require documentation. Tons of documentation, yet again

Tranforming you into...

The guy with the best plans!

You know it is easy to lose control of a project and have critical errors. That’s why you want to prevent it and be ready for the worst

However, all those disperse papers, all the questions you have to make, all the time you spend obsessed with documents… make you look a bit… crazy (sorry, someone had to tell you)

It doesn't have to be that way. That's why we are building Clariteia.

1 tool, 1 purpose

Forget about coordinating a bunch of tools that are not made for you. You’ll be able to do everything regarding software architecture from one place, then export to other formats (if you want to)

Clarity for everyone

You have many stakeholders (developers, domain experts, managers…) with different needs. Give each of them what they need with just a few clicks. And let them communicate their changes through a single channel

At every moment

From architecture design, to monitoring actual progress, and reviewing in depth what has been done. You will never loose control or visibility again

A single source of truth for software architects, developers and non-technical stakeholders that allows you to:

A single source of truth for software architects, developers and non-technical stakeholders that allows you to:

For any layer:

For any design pattern:

For any component:

For any stack:

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