Sybase and Troux to Integrate Products to Unify Enterprise Architecture and I.T. Planning Information
Relationship Brings Together Planning and Implementation Stakeholders to Accelerate Business Transformations
GARTNER ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE SUMMIT 2009 — ORLANDO, FLA. — Sybase, Inc. (NYSE: SY), an industry leader in delivering enterprise and mobile software, and Troux™ Technologies, Inc., the leader in Strategic IT Planning and Control software, today announced a working relationship with plans to integrate Sybase’s PowerDesigner® enterprise modeling product with Troux’s strategic IT Planning and Enterprise Architecture solutions. The goal of the relationship is to enable the companies’ joint customers to maximize the ROI on PowerDesigner enterprise modeling investments by making those information assets available to enterprise-wide IT Planning processes. A combined solution would empower organizations towards more effective collaboration by streamlining handoffs between planning and implementation stakeholders.
“Next generation Enterprise Architecture and Strategic IT Planning requires connecting information and processes from multiple sources. Troux’s open architecture and partnering philosophy make it the solution of choice for large enterprises”, said Bill Cason, CTO for Troux “With this relationship, joint customers will be able to leverage information from Sybase’s PowerDesigner product from within the Troux planning repository to create a unified view across Information Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, and IT Planning. ”
PowerDesigner supports EA implementations from business goals to deployment with unique Link and Synch technology. PowerDesigner removes the silos that block the easy flow of knowledge throughout the architecture of the enterprise, empowering enterprise architects to move from responding to business directives to assisting in setting business strategy.
“Today, organizations are increasingly focused on leveraging the power of enterprise architecture for business transformations such as enterprise application rationalization, technology standardization, and improved business-IT alignment,” said David Dichmann, Senior Product Manager, Sybase® PowerDesigner. “This relationship with Troux will enable organizations to better bridge the gap between enterprise transformation planning and the implementation of those plans.”
Troux Technologies, Inc. is the market leader in Gartner’s EA Magic Quadrant and provides a best-in-class EA solution for IT Planning across global 2000 organizations. The company’s software enables effective decision making by unlocking the full power of Enterprise Architecture to provide visibility into the complex web of IT people, processes, and projects.
“ETS is a long standing customer of Sybase PowerDesigner and we have used it for our EA implementations. This relationship between Sybase and Troux will be very impactful to the marketplace as the companies offer complimentary products that support EA from two different perspectives.” Dan Wakeman, CIO, Education Testing Services (ETS).
Sybase and Troux will be sponsors at the Gartner EA Summit on October 7-9 in Orlando, Florida. ETS CIO Dan Wakeman will be a speaker at the conference, presenting the story of the company’s EA implementation using PowerDesigner.
About the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit 2009
The Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit 2009 is designed to help enterprises prepare for the most pressing issues that enterprise architects face today, including how to align IT with business priorities, the new and emerging roles in the architected enterprise, measuring and justifying the value of EA and how to use business, information and technology architectures to deliver real capabilities to the business. Additional information is available at www.gartner.com/us/ea.
Sybase is an industry leader in delivering enterprise and mobile software to manage, analyze and mobilize information. We are recognized globally as a performance leader, proven in the most data-intensive industries and across all major systems, networks and devices. Our information management, analytics and enterprise mobility solutions have powered the world’s most mission-critical systems in financial services, telecommunications, manufacturing and government. For more information, visit http://www.sybase.com. Read Sybase blogs: http://blogs.sybase.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.
Sybase and PowerDesigner are registered trademarks of Sybase, Inc. or its subsidiaries. All other company and product names mentioned may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.
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