September 2, 2008 - Appian and MEGA announced a partnership to join the business process analysis (BPA) and enterprise architecture (EA) capabilities of the MEGA Modeling Suite with the Appian Enterprise BPM Suite and the Appian Anywhere platforms.

 

The aim of the agreement is to accelerate enterprise success in process innovation and build on existing deployments with current joint customers such as Enterprise Rent-A-Car, AXA Investment Managers, General Dynamics and the Department of Homeland Security, according to Apian and MEGA. The partnership will be supported by product integration, as well as shared and coordinated sales and marketing activities.

 

The planned product integration will allow business users to perform process design and architecture in the MEGA Modeling Suite and then export processes directly to the Appian BPM platform for execution and direct management of daily operations. In addition, users of the MEGA Modeling Suite will be able to analyze Appian business activity monitoring (BAM) data for further analysis and process optimization. IT architects will be able to directly discover object and process relationships from MEGA in applications built upon Appian for detailed change impact and risk analysis in managing applications powered by Appian.

 

Both companies count large international and U.S. companies among their customers. Appian serves United Parcel Service, Swiss Re, AGF, Mercer, Archstone-Smith, World Bank, FDIC and the U.S. Army. MEGA customers include AT&T, DirecTV, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Morgan Stanley, NASA, Nissan, Wyeth and the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Homeland Security and Transportation.

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