Thursday, July 8, 2010
Troux Claims Record Revenues, Profits
Austin-based Troux, a privately held developer of IT planning and enterprise management software, said this morning that it had record revenues and profits in the first half of 2010, ending June 30th. Actual financials were not released by the firm. The firm said deals in the first half included a $1M deal with a global utility company, rollout to an existing customers to two additional divisions, with a value exceeding $1M in nine months, and selection by the State of California as a key supplier. The firm said its customers now include such firms as Accenture, AstraZeneca, Bayer, Barclays Bank, Beiersdorf, Cisco, the US Department of Labor, Fiducia, the US Department of Health and Human Services, GMAC, Merck, Raytheon, Vattenfall and Vodafone.