Rejoice: Metis lives

What is to become of Metis, the popular modeling tool from Computas Technology Inc., now that Austin, Texas-based Troux Technologies Inc. has snapped it up? Agencies, including the Commerce, Defense, Health and Human Services and Treasury departments, use Computas' Metis software to map enterprise architectures.

Pat Emerson, Troux's vice president of sales, told PostNewsweek Tech Media that Metis would be folded into its suite of enterprise architecture tools when the Troux 5 Platform comes out, which could be as early as this year.

From staff reports. Brad Grimes of Government Computer News contributed to this report.

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