The mini-webinar on February 26 at 11 am EST is designed for CIOs, executives charged with IT strategy and digital transformation leadership, enterprise, application, technical and solution architects, as well as IT directors and program managers.
“Historically, IT defined the ‘borderless enterprise’ in security terms … by what occurred at the outer edges of the enterprise and how security measures and firewalls protected critical corporate information,” noted Daniel Hebda, vice president, MEGA. “Today, new thinking about the ‘borderless enterprise’ defines it as a highly sophisticated and interconnected ecosystem that bridges all organizational resources, activities and assets.”
Hebda leads MEGA’s business activities in the US and Canada, and for nearly 15 years, has helped Fortune 500 companies manage business transformation with specialized enterprise architecture software solutions.
According to Hebda, a unified ecosystem, with comprehensive, up-to-date information about the enterprise, forms the foundation for successful IT strategy delivery and improved business capabilities.
“New technologies have revolutionized business and IT operations by instantly connecting employees, customers, partners and sales channels, as well as creating feedback channels to share ideas and information. However, executives still need a means to collect and analyze this information in order to help the enterprise become more fluid and adaptable to internal or external change,” he added.
Using proven enterprise architecture software tools, companies can easily gather and evaluate information to create a ‘single source of truth’. With this information, CIOs can more easily lead the business and digital transformation of their company. As an organization builds its enterprise architecture, it creates a roadmap of how all activities and information fit together and affect one another, allowing executives to predict the results of change before it occurs and make better-informed decisions.
MEGA’s software provides the means to record and analyze a united, interactive view of the whole business, its assets, processes and risks. This comprehensive information can be shared by many employees, work groups and managers across division lines or geographies to increase collaboration and aid executives in making better business decisions to achieve business transformation and reduce risks along the way.
“An organization’s ability to be more flexible and develop a successful ‘borderless enterprise’ that stretches beyond previous rigid boundaries depends on finding a way to define and manage a responsive architecture,” Hebda offered.
MEGA has been helping enterprises succeed in business transformation for more than 20 years. The company has long been recognized for its innovation in business solutions by industry analysts. Gartner, Inc. has named MEGA as a leader in its enterprise architecture (EA) Magic Quadrant reports for six consecutive years. MEGA customers include Aetna, The College Board, Nissan, Procter & Gamble and Walgreens.
During the Webinar, Hebda will discuss how to:
- build a connected ecosystem of information, ideas, resources and activities
- develop a fluid operating model that adapts to change quickly and addresses evolving pain points
- establish governance policies to guide an accelerated pace of change that will deliver innovation and improved market insight
About MEGA International
MEGA provides leading software solutions and consulting services for enterprise governance designed to help organizations improve their operational performance while managing corporate governance. By bringing together proven practices in enterprise architecture (EA) and governance risk and compliance (GRC), MEGA is the first software vendor to help businesses ensure consistency among all enterprise governance components.
Founded in 1991, MEGA has built up a global presence with offices and distributors around the world. More than 2,700 customers use its solutions across the globe, in large Fortune 500 companies, SMEs, and government agencies.