Proven software helps manage large, complex system architectures for public/private programs
PARIS, March 1, 2011 – MEGA, noted expert in enterprise architecture (EA), will demonstrate its software solutions, in use today in air traffic control (ATC) and air traffic management (ATM), at the ATC Global Conference March 8-10 in Amsterdam.
At the conference, MEGA’s EA specialists will show how the MEGA Suite has helped companies and government agencies manage large, complex system architectures.
Public agencies, government contractors, and aviation organizations are challenged to consolidate disparate operating systems and applications, properly manage IT environments, and reduce costs. In very large system engineering projects, such as with the SESAR air traffic control system in Europe, and significant public/private projects, multiple contractors must collaboratively build specialized components to be integrated into a system of systems.
These specialized requirements call for software solutions that can deliver a shared central repository, collaborative platform, and modern system architecture modeling approaches. Based on 20 years of expertise, the MEGA solution offers flexible software technology that meets these demands and helps organizations collaboratively manage large system architectures in accordance with internationally recognized standards such as DoDAF, MODAF, and NAF.
For many years, MEGA has been cited in numerous reports on EA and business process analysis (BPA) by several leading analyst firms, including Forrester, Gartner, and Chartis. MEGA was named by Forrester as a leader in its most recent EA report, The Forrester Wave: Business Process Analysis, Enterprise Architecture (EA) Tools, and IT Planning, Q1 2009. MEGA was also positioned by Gartner, Inc. as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools report, published in October 2010.