Evaluation based on completeness of vision and ability to execute on that visionStrategic IT Planning and Control software, today announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the leader’s quadrant in the 'Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools’1 report. The Magic Quadrant placements are drawn from rigorous evaluation around two primary axes: completeness of vision and ability to execute.
“We believe our position in the leader’s quadrant is largely due to our unrelenting focus on delivering business value and ensuring our customer’s success with Strategic IT Planning and the next generation of Enterprise Architecture. We serve more than 300 Global 2000 companies and meet the demanding and intersecting needs of IT and business stakeholders, and ultimately change the way our clients invest and operate,” said David Hood, CEO of Troux Technologies.
According to the authors of the report, “With the global economic downturn continuing throughout 2010, and only now starting to improve, the adoption of EA tools has reflected the need to provide better management, analysis and communication capabilities to demonstrate the value these tools bring to an organization. The chief architect and EA team are not the only stakeholders benefiting from an EA tool.”
They continue, “the richness of tool capabilities have continued to increase, particularly in areas that enable them to support a range of EA activities such as task management, governance, risk, compliance, communication and collaboration, while maintaining a common repository.”
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“Transformation at the speed of business” is what Troux is all about. To keep pace in globally connected markets, where shocks and innovations happen at an unprecedented rate, business and IT must radically update their antiquated approaches to planning and executing transformations. A global leader in Strategic IT Planning and Enterprise Architecture software, Troux guides customers to success with a unique combination of software, know-how, community and partners. A global leader in Strategic IT Planning and Enterprise Architecture software, Troux guides customers to success with a unique combination of software, know-how, community and partners.
Troux customers benefit with improved business and IT agility, and with immediate cost savings through a simplified IT environment, all enabled by bridging the deadly information gap between business and IT planning. Just ask these Troux customers and partners: Accenture, AstraZeneca, Bayer, Barclays Bank, Beiersdorf, Cisco, the U.S. Department of Labor, Fiducia, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, GMAC, Merck, Raytheon, Vattenfall, and Vodafone.
1Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools,” by Chris Wilson and Julie Short October 28, 2010.
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