Business transformation is focus of discussions with executives at conference
BOSTON, May 7, 2012 – MEGA, a long-time leader in enterprise architecture (EA) solutions, will meet with enterprise and business architecture executives and professionals at the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit in National Harbor, MD May 23-24.
At the conference, EA experts from MEGA will share best practices for business optimization and transformation by showing how enterprises worldwide are using EA as the means to reach corporate goals of improved productivity, growth, and profitability. The MEGA Suite, long regarded for its capabilities to help enterprises solve challenging corporate issues, will be demonstrated.
The MEGA Suite helps organizations improve business value by helping them coordinate business goals and strategy with IT operations. With information available through the MEGA Suite, executives and managers have clear, comprehensive data on enterprise-wide operations and resources that allows them to make better business decisions. Companies in more than 40 countries rely on this innovative software to plan and implement a wide range of business process improvement, systems design, and risk management initiatives.
MEGA has been cited by many industry analyst firms as a leader. The company was named a leader by Forrester Research, Inc. in “The Forrester Wave; Enterprise Architecture Management Suites, Q2 2011”, published April 15, 2011. Gartner, Inc. positioned MEGA in the Leaders quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools, published November 3, 2011 and the Magic Quadrant for Business Process Analysis Tools, published December 12, 2011.
Companies that have selected the MEGA Suite are leaders in their respective industries. For example, Procter & Gamble was a winner in the Forrester Research/InfoWorld 2011 Enterprise Architecture Awards. The Co-operative Banking Group won the British Quality Foundation Achievement Award for process improvement and the North of England Excellence Award for innovation.