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Mega heads East with new partner

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 8 September 2008

Enterprise architecture and business process analysis specialist Mega has extended its partner programme reach to Eastern Europe and Russia, signing a deal with Budapest-based BPM International. Mega has sold more than 50,000 licences for its modelling suite and governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software suite.

BPM provides business and product advice to leading corporations in eighteen Eastern European countries. The company focuses on business process improvement, operational risk management, service-oriented architecture (SOA), IT system design, EA initiatives, and ITIL implementation.

“With economic development running at a fast pace in Eastern Europe in recent years, enterprises here have been seeking proven solutions and expert advice to help them quickly improve performance and optimise resources. Mega offers unique and significant high-value process and risk management solutions that help companies take full advantage of business growth,” explained Árpád Solti, managing director at BPM International.

Lucio de Risi, president and CEO at Mega, commented: “BPM International’s recognised expertise is an important asset to enterprises based in Eastern Europe and international firms that have invested in this vital economic region. BPM International is highly complementary to our goals and resources. Together, we will help corporations improve enterprise planning and decision making, and manage change effectively.”

Mega recently announced new partners in the Middle East and Southeast Asia. With the addition of BPM International, Mega claims to have a comprehensive network of high quality partnership resources in key regions, including North and South America, Scandinavia, Eastern and Western Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.

Mega’s European customer base includes Allianz, AXA, British American Tobacco, Direct TV, LCL Le Crédit Lyonnais, Renault Nissan, Société Générale and Unicredit.

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