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MEGA Sponsors Business Transformation Conference
Brussels event will focus on business processes and enterprise architecture.
The conference, in its seventh year, will focus on business processes, information management, and EA. It is designed for those involved with transformation projects, especially project and change managers.
“Business transformation is one of today’s most important strategies to increase business value and optimize resources,” explained Lucio de Risi, CEO, MEGA. “By documenting and examining processes, business and IT architectures, and information management systems, enterprises are much better able to increase efficiency, provide higher levels of customer service, and improve performance.”
MEGA provides solutions that directly address business transformation. The MEGA Suite, used for more than 20 years by industry leaders worldwide offers a wide range of business optimization capabilities, including process modeling and analysis, what-if simulations, IT planning, and governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) analysis and management. Besides, MEGA gives you access to highly skilled consultants certified on the latest approaches and methodologies (Lean Six Sigma, ITIL, TOGAF, and CMMI) that perform more than 200 consulting assignments worldwide every year.
At the conference, speakers will discuss theory and practice in business transformation programs and their components:
- Business processes (including people aspects)
- Enterprise architecture (including IT and process innovation)
- Information management (including best practices for better decision making)
Conference speakers come from a variety of organizations, including Sara Lee, Waters Corporation, ABB Robotics, ING Belgium, Mobistar, TomTom, KODAK, Telenet, and Deloitte. David Smith, a noted futurologist, will discuss trends and emerging issues for organizations worldwide. Dr. Omar El Sawy, professor at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, and author of Redesigning Enterprise Processes for e-Business will speak on moving from business process design to business model design.
Attendees can register here.