Enterprise architecture is often seen as an intrusive cost center that builds “architecture for the sake of architecture,” delivering nothing more than noise.
There is a path that can be followed where the efforts of the enterprise architecture team will deliver value back to the business. Identify short-term projects, deliver small wins, and soon you will be appreciated as useful to a few key stakeholders.
Watch the second video in our 4-part series to learn how to move your enterprise architecture program from noisy to useful.
"We’ve been able to support the business in the development of new projects, like the launch of new products in particular, through a representation of the whole pipeline by highlighting only the processes involved. This allows us to provide a complete picture of the end-to-end process and all the connections between processes."
Quality & Process Innovation Manager
"Going from a simple process description to a detailed analysis significantly helped us rethink the way we do business to make it more effective and customer-oriented. We had repositioned our offering in order to be more competitive on the market and it was very beneficial for us to put ourselves in the shoes of both customers and partners."
Crédit Agricole Payment Services
"We evaluated a number of tools. The reason we purchased MEGA is we did not want to retool after we achieved the first step which was portfolio management. We needed a tool that would grow into our vision for enterprise architecture."
VP of Enterprise Architecture
Founded in 1991, MEGA is a global software company and recognized market leader for over ten years. The company partners with customers to improve governance and accelerate transformation by leveraging technology. MEGA helps companies better analyze how they can operate and make the right decisions to accelerate the creation of value. The HOPEX Platform connects business, IT, data and risks perspectives in a single place that integrates across an entire company’s ecosystem. The MEGA Services team partners with customers to deliver projects with a pragmatic approach.