AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - Mar 20, 2013) - Troux, the global leader in Enterprise Portfolio Management (EPM) and Enterprise Architecture (EA) software, today launched Troux Enterprise Portfolio Management Suite, aimed at helping companies gain clear line-of-sight into how current and future business and technology strategy decisions impact an organization before they are implemented.
Troux, recently positioned as a 'Leader' in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for the third consecutive year1 helps CIOs and other decision-makers at companies like American Express, Boeing, Costco and Dell gain a better understanding of how adjustments to technology assets affect all of the moving parts that make up the connected enterprise. Troux's solutions provide better insights across the organization to ensure decision-making is done in a controlled manner within the context of the business and its associated strategies. Troux EPM solutions illustrate how investments made in information, technology, applications, people, and processes will support organizational goals and strategies.
"Troux continues to give Mosaic a better view of our enterprise to expose risks and opportunities from both a tactical and -- more importantly -- a strategic perspective," said Roy Wells, Technology Architect at the Mosaic Company. "Troux's EPM suite, along with their new Insight product, will continue assisting Mosaic in knocking down the information silos between Business and IT."
Troux's whole-product approach, which includes software, services, partners and community, addresses all aspects of an enterprise's portfolio. The new Troux EPM product suite better positions Troux to focus on achieving desired business outcomes across the entire enterprise and will help customers make more informed and comprehensive decisions that reduce cost, decrease risk and improve agility. Gartner's recent webinar, "Best and Worst Practices in Enterprise & Application Architecture" hosted by Gartner VP and Distinguished Analyst Betsy Burton and VP and Gartner Fellow Andy Kyte states, "EA practitioners must define and drive their EA efforts based on their enterprise context. The enterprise context is the process of identifying internal and external environmental trends; articulating the business strategy; identifying requirements; creating principles and developing anchor models of the business."2
"We're not content to sit back and ride the wave of momentum that our past success has driven," says Will Scott, CMO of Troux. "We maintain a constant focus on supporting our customers' needs and our new Enterprise Portfolio Management suite is the next step in our evolution."
To learn how Troux's new Enterprise Management Portfolio Suite can help your business make better-informed decisions about IT spending, visit www.troux.com.
Troux's mission is to forever change the way businesses make decisions. With Troux solutions, business leaders, CIOs and their teams can use the power of Enterprise Architecture to successfully manage the connected set of enterprise portfolios that define their business. Better-informed decisions powered by the unique TrouxView™ Enterprise Portfolio Management approach helps businesses save money, reduce risk and increase business agility. With the largest and fastest growing base of successful customers, Troux delivers results for some of the world's best known brands including: American Express, AstraZeneca, Bayer Health Care, Boeing, Cisco, Disney, Fidelity, Lloyds, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Vodafone and Volkswagen Group of America. For more information, please visit www.troux.com.
1 Gartner "Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools" by Scott Bittler, October 31, 2012.
2 Gartner webinar "Best and Worst Practices in Enterprise & Application Architecture" hosted by Betsy Burton, Andy Kyte, January 17, 2013