|By Business Wire||
|May 9, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
Business transformation experts from MEGA will reveal how companies are reaching their goals of effective enterprise governance at The Open Group Summit in Amsterdam, May 12-14.
The summit will host several renowned speakers who will address business transformation, enterprise architecture (EA), business architecture (BA), and business process improvement.
“Companies are using new methodologies and technology solutions to manage enterprise complexity, which is a key challenge for enterprises today,” explained Lucio de Risi, CEO, MEGA. “The fast pace of business change, combined with an explosion in new technology, is making it increasingly difficult for CIOs to align business and IT strategies.”
“The success rate of transformation projects is surprisingly low, around 30%, primarily due to incomplete information and lack of proper risk management,” he continued. “Technology solutions that provide a comprehensive, complete and unified view of the organization’s objectives, operations and risks can help a company select and complete the right business change initiatives.”
MEGA’s broad range of integrated software solutions helps organizations meet complex, interconnected needs to reach effective enterprise governance. With unified solutions based upon its HOPEX platform, MEGA has moved ahead of the traditional EA, BA, application portfolio management (APM) and governance, risk and compliance (GRC) domains. The company’s integrated solutions eliminate silos of effort and information, and reduce the barriers to enterprise governance.
The MEGA solutions act much like a business GPS by delivering a single view of the organization to help navigate change. The business GPS shows where the company is, where it wants go, what route or alternates to follow, and how to handle risks and detours along the way.
The Open Group, host of the conference, developed The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), a proven EA methodology and framework used to improve business efficiency. MEGA TOGAF 9 on HOPEX, essential for enterprise architects, eases the adoption of TOGAF through its graphical, easy-to-use, model-driven environment, helping organizations navigate high-impact change initiatives.
MEGA has been helping organizations manage enterprise complexity and business transformation for more than 20 years. Customers include Aetna, Banque Accord, HCL, Johnson & Johnson, Nissan, Procter & Gamble, Starwood Hotels, Swiss Federal Railways, UniCredit Group and Walgreens.
MEGA has been cited in numerous analyst reports on enterprise governance, including EA and GRC topics. Gartner Inc. has named MEGA as a leader in its EA Magic Quadrant reports for five consecutive years and the company has been noted in EA and GRC research by Forrester Research, Inc.
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