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I completely share your vision.
Im with Politecnico di Milano and Webratio (www.webratio.com) and we also have been doing integrated data modeling and application design (and evolution) for 10 years. I’m quite surprised that now all of a sudden people (especially in the BPM field) wake up and understand that this is big value.
In our approach we envision an integrated model driven development of processes, data, application structure and user interface. We don’t have a suite of enterprise applications like yours, as we focus on tailored web application development, but I strongly believe that model integration, alignment and continuous cross-validation down to the implementation is the only response to the complex needs of today’s enterprises.
If you want to have a look, here are some materials on our work:
MDD response to BPM trends (including MDM integration):
On a large-scale banking industrial experience:
I would be glad to get your feedback.