Troux Technologies has announced record Q1 revenue for the period ending March 31, 2008. The company posted more than 40 percent growth from Q1 2007, demonstrating growing global market acceptance of the company's breakthrough Strategic IT Planning software that drives greater IT economies of scale, increases speed and accuracy of planning cycles, and minimises risks associated with business and IT transformation initiatives. Troux completed transactions with more than 40 new and existing companies around the world in Q1, including: Caterpillar, (USA), National Prosecuting Authority (South Africa), Seco Tools (Sweden) and VocaLink (United Kingdom). Q1 also marked the release of Troux 7.1 with new out-of-the box support to accelerate specific transformations - including application consolidation, application reduction, SOA investment planning, IT simplification, IT standards management, outsourcing and infrastructure consolidation. Troux 7.1 also achieved TOGAF certification from the Open Group. Troux Technologies provides the largest Global 2000 enterprises and governments with strategic IT planning software that helps their IT departments to keep pace with increased business change without adding operational risk. Troux's breakthrough strategic IT planning software unlocks the power of Enterprise Architecture to provide IT leaders with instant access to reliable intelligence, better insight into complex interdependencies and comprehensive impact analysis through scenario planning. As a result, IT teams can accelerate and scale business change initiatives, with faster and more informed decisions, expertly executed initiatives and unprecedented accountability to the business. Troux's customers and partners include: Accenture, AstraZeneca, Barclays Bank, Disney, Department of Homeland Security, Fiducia, Los Alamos National Laboratory, GMAC, VocaLink and Vodafone.