MEGA Recognised by Enterprise Architecture Capabilities Report
MEGA HOPEX solutions were named in a Gartner, Inc. research report, ‘Gartner Assessment of Enterprise Architecture Tool Capabilities’, published April 11, 2014.
Gartner prepared this report in order to help companies understand enterprise architecture (EA) tools in the market today and how to select one that meets their particular needs.
“The top challenges that EA practitioners face today are largely about delivering business value, integrating business and IT planning, gaining and retaining stakeholder engagement, and applying the best practices to gain optimal business value. Today, the primary focus is much less about “doing EA” or creating a repository of artifacts that enterprise architects might find valuable, and much more about delivering business outcomes that provide actionable and diagnostic recommendations,” explained the report.
MEGA, cited as an industry leader in EA for many years by Gartner and other analyst firms, was among 14 vendors evaluated by Gartner on eight critical capabilities:
Frameworks and standards
The report shows how vendors were evaluated on each category, and points out which solutions might fit certain types of enterprise needs.
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