Troux v9.5 Ensures Improved Scalability and Data Visualization
FREMONT, CA: Planview, an organization that caters solutions for optimizing resources and work has recently launched the new version of Troux, a capability and technology management solution. The latest version of the product, ‘Troux v9.5’ addresses the intricate case studies of enterprise architects who are urged by the need to manage large scale initiatives as well as extend portfolio management.
The latest iteration laced with additional customer-driven advancements assists in improving the functionality, performance and user experience as compared to the previous version. The upgrade will also enable users to build custom integrations with the aid of enhanced Troux REST API for quicker read access. Windows 10 extends support for Troux Insight, Navigate and Architect.
Patrick Tickle, Chief Product Officer, Planview stated, “The scalability and architectural enhancements in Troux 9.5 allow customers to solve business challenges in a more efficient way. Troux Insight users will see a 20X improvement in rendering core visualizations. In addition, the integration of Troux with Planview Enterprise brings together the portfolios supporting both enterprise architects and PMOs.”
Troux9.5 also facilitates Microsoft Power BI-based data visualization, which help customers in using interactive analytics and dashboards to manage technology investments better and ensure the greatest impact while minimizing risk. Software-as-a-service (SaaS) customers are also to benefit from the latest product as they can browse and discover reports and datasets on a robust mobile platform regarding Application Portfolio Management (APM), Technology Portfolio Management (TPM) and business capabilities data.
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