MEGA to Demonstrate Enterprise Architecture Solutions at Integrated EA Conference

MEGA will demonstrate its enterprise architecture (EA) solutions at the Integrated EA conference in London March 1-2.

At this conference for CTOs, CIOs, enterprise architects, and systems engineers, MEGA’s EA experts will show how the MEGA Suite has helped companies and government agencies describe, plan, and manage large, complex system architectures.

In very large system engineering projects, such as defense or security contracts, and very large public/private projects, multiple contractors must collaboratively build specialized components to be integrated into a system of systems.

The MEGA Suite has been used successfully by many leading international companies and defense agencies and contractors in such projects to help:

  • Align the contributions of multiple independent contractors into a system, or a system of systems
  • Assess the impacts of change in the architecture
  • Ensure compliance with required standards in a collaborative project environment

The MEGA Suite provides a comprehensive EA solution for businesses, regardless of industry, and for government agencies at all levels, with specific standards and frameworks that meet unique requirements, such as in the defense and security industries. In this case, the proven MEGA software solution helps organizations collaboratively describe and manage large system architectures in accordance with internationally recognized standards such as DoDAF, MODAF, and NAF.

This solution offers a flexible software technology, a common repository, a comprehensive information model for impact analysis, and a powerful collaborative environment covering formal documentation and communication. MEGA’s expertise and proven tools for EA modeling are well-suited to business-critical, complex system design needs.

MEGA’s offering is reinforced by 20 years of process expertise from MEGA’s international team of consultants, who provide a broad understanding of risks and their impact on business. They help manage the changes linked to an organization’s performance improvement project.

Source: http://www.mega.com/

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