April 2004
UNIX Update;Apr2004, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p7
Trade Publication
Hyperion in Sunnyvale, California, has announced that it is the first Business Performance Management software vendor to offer end-to-end support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux across its business intelligence platform. Open standards, flexibility, reliability and performance are highly regarded attributes of Linux in the enterprise. Customers are increasingly choosing Linux as a key component of their enterprise infrastructure, With the announcement, Hyperion is expanding usage options for Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers by providing a wide variety of high value, low-cost options to meet their business intelligence and business performance management needs. RCI Finance CIO Patrick Leplat commented that his company is pleased with the value of Hyperion software running on Linux. RCI is moving toward the Linux platform because it is a cost-effective platform to deploy broadly. Meanwhile, Hyperion is the global leader in performance management software. Customers rely on Hyperion software to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution and provide insight to improve financial and operational performance. The company combines the most complete set of interoperable applications with the leading business intelligence platform to support and create business performance management solutions.


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