Hyperion signs distribution agreement with Interactive

The changing local business environment is forcing more companies to invest in performance management software.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  October 5, 2002

Hyperion is building up its local channel organisation with a distribution agreement with Dubai Internet City (DIC) based Interactive.

According to Interactive’s CEO, Ziad Tassabehji the changing local business environment and unanticipated economic shifts are driving the demand for performance and profitability management software.
“We are witnessing a growing need by local enterprises to adopt a new kind of performance and profitability management system,” says Tassabehji.

“Enterprises are becoming aware that to be adaptive to these changes calls for new key management practices, to adopt solutions that help them measure performance and drive profitability,” he adds.

Hyperion’s range of business performance management software provides the executive team with visibility to manage organisational performance and maximise return on investment.

“The days of spending money on the web just to establish an internet presence are over, as emphasis is now moving to integrating the [web] with internal and external business processes. Local enterprises are beginning to realise how many revenue opportunities they have missed because of lack of insightful analysis on products, customers and channel performance. We plan to help institutions, particularly in the financial sector, use sound proven management practices to increase their return on investments,” explains Tassabehji.

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