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AlHoshan Consultants signs as Hyperion distributor

AlHoshan Consultants has been signed as GCC distributor for Hyperion's range of business performance management software.

AlHoshan Consultants has further extended its portfolio of products with the signing of a distribution agreement with Hyperion. The solutions provider will become GCC distributor for Hyperion’s range of business performance management software.

Omar AlHoshan, director at AlHoshan Consultants, said: “Hyperion’s business performance management products are designed to help organisations model, measure and manage their performance through a wide range of metrics, to analyse their results and to plan both strategy and execution. This in turn helps drive their profitability. We are very pleased to have been chosen by Hyperion to bring this capability to businesses in the GCC.”

AlHoshan will primarily be targeting banks throughout the region, mainly because of Hyperion’s strong track record with financial institutions, as well as in AlHoshan’s other core markets of manufacturing, wholesale, retail and transportation.

Craig Manning, managing director of Indirect Markets at Hyperion, said, “When we appoint a new distributor it is vital for us to select an organisation that understands the strategic aspects of running a business, as well as the local market conditions. AlHoshan Consultants were able to demonstrate through experience their understanding of enterprise software and its importance to leading GCC businesses. We are delighted to have such a capable partner working with us in these countries.”

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