Nissan and MEGA Execs to Speak at Enterprise Architecture Conference Will tell story of how Nissan used EA to manage change demands Business Wire LONDON -- May 24, 2013 John Ferguson, senior enterprise architect, Nissan, and Ian Halliday-Pegg, managing director, MEGA, will speak at the Forrester Forum for Enterprise Architecture Professionals in London June 10, 2013. Their presentation “Dealing With the 'Perfect Storm': When Major Business Demands Arrive Together . . .” will focus on how businesses can deal with significant operational and change demands, even when the demands exceed the capability of the business to deliver. “In recent lean years, businesses have pared themselves down to "just enough" to deal with a certain quantity and pace of change, limiting their ability to react quickly to cope with changes in demand and stifling growth and profitability,” explained Ferguson. “When Nissan faced with its own "perfect storm," we exploited a sustainable enterprise architecture approach to cope with the volume and complexity of work.” Nissan, which offers auto and marine products and services in more than 160 countries, worked with MEGA to deliver the desired results within the required timescales and with high integrity. For more than 20 years, companies worldwide have relied on MEGA’s software solutions to help them improve business performance. MEGA’s customers, like Nissan, are leaders in their own industries and include Aetna, Choice Hotels, Express Scripts, Procter & Gamble, and Walgreens. At the Forum, MEGA will preview software solutions that can help businesses develop an effective enterprise architecture practice to meet business demands efficiently and economically. These solutions assist companies in establishing one view of business, IT, and risk in a single place and provide the means to optimize, transform, and govern efficiently and consistently. MEGA is the first to offer a single technology platform that makes this integration possible. MEGA has been cited by leading industry analyst firms for outstanding EA and governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) offerings. The company was positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the leaders’ quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools, published October 31, 2012 and named a leader by Forrester Research, Inc. in The Forrester Wave: EA Management Suites, Q2, 2013, published April 2, 2013. GRC 20/20 Research recognized MEGA with the 2013 GRC Technology Innovator Award. MEGA was also named to Chartis Research’s RiskTech 100, which profiles the world’s most significant companies in risk technology. Contact: For MEGA Sue Myers, 978-369-6336 Sue dot myers @ MarketSmartNow dot com
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