Enterprise architecture experts at conference will show how organizations are using APM to improve IT operations and business performance
MEGA, a leader in enterprise architecture (EA), will demonstrate how its customers are using EA and application portfolio management solutions (APM) to solved complex business resource challenges. The presentations will take place at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Barcelona, Spain, November 5-8.
“By integrating APM initiatives into a global EA program, companies are supporting vital and ongoing business and IT transformation,” explained Lucio de Risi, CEO, MEGA. “We have seen APM become a vital part of successful EA programs as companies seek efficient ways to manage large, complex groups of applications that evolve over years.”
The MEGA Application Portfolio Management solution provides CIOs with the means to manage the company’s application portfolio, anticipate and make relevant IT decisions, and drive IT change management projects aligned with the company’s actual change capabilities.
APM is a long-term process that needs to be integrated into a global IT governance framework. With the MEGA APM solution, you have complete support of the three main steps of application portfolio management:
The MEGA Suite includes a broad set of integrated modules and tools that help organizations analyze and plan so they can react to changes quickly and anticipate trends. This proven software provides a complete view of the processes of an organization, and the technology that supports it, helping companies reduce unknowns, delays, and costs.
MEGA’s customers rely on MEGA for its proven software and expertise in developing and expanding successful business improvement programs. The company was named a leader by Forrester Research, Inc. in The Forrester Wave; Enterprise Architecture Management Suites, Q2 2011. Gartner, Inc. positioned MEGA in the Leaders quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools, published November 3, 2011 and the Magic Quadrant for Business Process Analysis Tools, published December 12, 2011.