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A major is the ability to integrate data across the project tools. This capability is critical to the concept of focused views. Without integrated tools you would be limited to access the information contained in a single application at a time, eg. your information context is defined by the tool. 

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If you on the other hand use a sufficiently integrated tooling platform, like SBForge, information will not be localized to the individual tool, but you can instead access the whole of the information cloud, focusing on the model aspect specific on your current role or problem you are working on. An example of this is accessing the information related to a specific feature. In a non-integrated information system you would properly access information through the documents containing the feature aspects, this could be test documentation, QA documentation, task documentation, code, etc, which would provide a very fragmented view of the feature if you could find all the relevant information at all. In a integrated information model you would be able to focus directly on the features, with the tools aggregation all the feature releated information from the different project models into a focused view. You can of course still view the information in a process focused, user focused  or any other way you require.