Today, business is more complex than ever because of the speed of change and disruption created by the move to digitalization. Organizations must be forward-looking and agile to adapt to fast-changing business, technological, and regulatory environments. To survive – and thrive – they need to be able to transform their business models and continuously adapt to new market trends.

Successful companies are the ones that make the right choices to govern their operations in a sustainable way, and have the tools to strike the right balance between capacity for innovation, cost optimization, and risk management.

At MEGA we offer a fully integrated set of software solutions, HOPEX, and services to help companies improve their business and IT agility to innovate in this new digital world. Our offering helps companies optimize, transform, and govern their operating models.

We help corporations and governments address corporate governance challenges, making sure their staff and resources are continuously aligned with their business strategies and objectives.
We also help IT departments support business transformation and build new digital experiences in letting them efficiently optimize IT assets through successful IT strategy delivery and implement digital transformation programs.

HOPEX, our comprehensive lineup of integrated software, gives you an interactive view of all your business and IT components and helps you drive business and IT transformation. HOPEX brings together industry-leading practices in enterprise architecture (EA), IT portfolio management (ITPM), business process analysis (BPA), and governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) into a single platform. With MEGA, you get the visibility and tools you need to navigate change and improve decision-making – with a sharp focus on your business needs.

Digital Transformation

New technologies like cloud computing, social media, and mobile applications are changing the way companies do business. Customers now expect to interact with brands through a large number of touchpoints such as social media or mobile apps. This affects the way companies are doing business, and many startup companies are disrupting the market with new business models, associated in almost every case, with an improved customer experience.

As a leader responsible for digital transformation in your organization, how, specifically, will you leverage digital technology to streamline your business model and enhance your customers’ experience?

Besides staying on the winning side of disruptive technology, you must also meet ever-tighter budget constraints. That means using your business critical assets in new ways—while successfully managing the risks associated with change.

IT Strategy Delivery

Many large companies are focused only on “keeping the lights on,” where their priorities are maintenance and preventing system breakdowns –  instead of putting their efforts into more advanced systems and innovation.

IT departments currently face three major challenges:

  • IT costs have soared due to the growing number of redundant assets
  • IT departments lack flexibility and struggle to combine back-end systems with new cloud solutions
  • CIOs face increasing risks from IT threats to compliance
Corporate Governance

Risk management, ethics, sustainability, compliance – those are all issues at the top of Boards’ agendas because they have far-reaching ramifications for today’s organizations. Companies have no choice but to leverage past successes and failures, and make careful assessments of future risks, if they want to stay ahead in today’s digital world.
With the growing prevalence of social media and the dizzying speed of information exchange, any breach in governance can become a major crisis for a company’s reputation. Those risks and many others need to be handled appropriately at both a management and operational level.
Corporate governance is the tool your Board can use to get a clear picture of how your company is running and how its vision and decisions are being implemented throughout the organization.
Corporate governance systems should be designed to:

  • Identify, monitor, and manage risks
  • Anticipate and deal with new and changing threats
  • Mitigate and correct incidents to minimize their damage