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MEGA Introduces Business Architecture, Information Architecture Solutions

13/06/2014 by

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Offerings help companies manage transformation by providing insight, information and capability to align enterprise assets with needs and strategies

BOSTON, – MEGA has introduced two new solutions to help Global 2000 companies succeed with business and digital transformation initiatives.

  • The HOPEX Business Architecture Solution provides a rich source of information to strategists and business stakeholders to aid in innovation management and enterprise transformation decisions.
  • The HOPEX Information Architecture Solution provides timely, high-quality information to help organisations manage information and data as an asset.

More and more companies are engaging in enterprise transformation by instituting fundamental changes to their target operating model, moving into different markets or evolving products and services to meet the demands of today’s business environment.

These new MEGA solutions help organisations align business capabilities, processes, people, information and technology investments more closely with the company’s goals and strategy, and adjust quickly to fluctuating business situations.

“The complexity of business today often hampers the ability of companies to anticipate and react quickly to market changes or opportunities,” explained Lucio de Risi, CEO, MEGA. “Technology has played a major role in changing the way companies conduct business, such as with the rapid rise of mobile communications and social media. It is essential for companies to be able to dynamically adapt strategy to these types of fast-changing conditions.”

HOPEX Business Architecture helps companies:

  • plan business transformations using scenario-based analysis to ensure that execution aligns with strategy
  • create an enterprise-wide understanding of how operations fit with objectives and demands by building a blueprint of its current and target operating models
  • monitor the evolution of and govern organisational transformation

This article has been extracted from http://news.thomasnet.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://news.thomasnet.com/companystory/MEGA-Introduces-Business-Architecture-Information-Architecture-Solutions-20028425

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