Companies, like Vattenfall, are undergoing rapid transformation as they change to meet shifting market demands. The IT organization must have clarity into usage of all IT resources to understand how the business can best be served. This is the vital role that Troux plays in today's complicated technology-driven world
Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 28, 2009 -
Troux™ Technologies, Inc., the leader in Strategic IT Planning and Control software, today announced that Vattenfall, one of the world's largest energy companies, with operations stretching across Europe, has selected Troux software to simplify and bring transparency to the management of IT resources across the organization.
Vattenfall uses around 1000 software applications across multiple business units operating in six countries, with more complexity being added as the company continues to grow. Vattenfall is turning to Troux to bring transparency to IT operation, to help reduce complexity and to bring a new level of understanding to shared resources.
"For us, Troux is more of a business tool than an IT tool. Yes, it manages IT complexity but from a business perspective," said Gerald Wieder, a lead architect in, Vattenfall Group. "Troux gives us transparency so we know which business processes are being used in each business unit, which IT applications are being used to support each business process and how those applications are being shared."
"Companies, like Vattenfall, are undergoing rapid transformation as they change to meet shifting market demands. The IT organization must have clarity into usage of all IT resources to understand how the business can best be served. This is the vital role that Troux plays in today's complicated technology-driven world," said David Hood, CEO of Troux Technologies, Inc.
Transparency and Scalability Key Reasons for Selecting Troux
"Troux will also greatly improve our planning capability. It will show us which projects are planned by each business unit and how they are connected to each IT application. And, Troux will generate reports so we can communicate to business managers in a way understood by all," continued Wieder.
"Ultimately Troux will serve over 25,000 end users of applications across Vattenfall. Scalability was a critical factor for us. Vattenfall is growing and we must give the different stakeholders the information they need as new countries and new companies are added to the group," said Wieder.
Swedish owned Vattenfall is Europe's fifth largest generator of electricity and the largest generator of heat. Vattenfall currently operates in Denmark, Finland, Germany, United Kingdom, Poland and Sweden. Vattenfall is active at all stages of the electricity value chain - generation, transmission, distribution and sales. Vattenfall also generates, distributes and sells heat. More information may be found at Vattenfall website http://www.vattenfall.com.
Troux provides CIOs with innovative software to drive urgent cost restructuring and business changes. With Troux, CIOs and their teams identify where IT spending and programs are redundant or out-of-step with business strategy, and can plan and manage necessary changes, with live status information and guidance to all relevant employees and executives.
Troux's unique approach results in immediate cost savings as well as step changes to ongoing IT efficiency, business response, and risk reduction. Troux customers and partners are large Global 2000 enterprises and government agencies, including Accenture, AstraZeneca, Bayer, Barclays Bank, Department of Homeland Security, Fiducia, Los Alamos National Laboratory, GMAC, Vattenfall and Vodafone.
Troux Technologies is the acknowledged leader in the Strategic IT Planning and Control software market. In June 2008 Troux was recognized as a leader in Enterprise Architecture Tools by the prestigious technology research firm Gartner.
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