Today’s organizations are challenged with constantly changing market requirements and technological innovations. To address these challenges, Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) emerged as an instrument to increase flexibility and agility. Recently, metrics are gaining attention in practice to support the analysis of an Enterprise Architecture (EA) and their evolution. These metrics intent to measure organization-wide progress of transformations and facilitate the assessment thereof. Basis for these metrics are business processes, applications, infrastructure information, and their interrelations. The sheer amount of this information, the efficient computation of EA metrics, and the communication of respective results requires adequate tool support. In this paper we present findings from an empirical study on the current software for metrics in EAM. We describe prevailing solutions and give pointers to their future functionality spectrum.