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E^SYS signs reseller agreement with Hyperion

Wellington based E^SYS signs reseller agreement with Hyperion Solutions

WELLINGTON - Leading Wellington based software development consultancy, E^SYS today announced it has signed an agreement with the new Hyperion (Nasdaq: HYSL). Under the terms of the agreement, E^SYS will take advantage of the advanced functionality of Hyperion Performance Suite (formerly Brio Performance Suite 8) to develop solutions for a wide variety of organisations in many different industries. E^SYS specialises in the development of Business Intelligence (BI) applications and has been delivering quality solutions to the New Zealand market since 1994.

With the recent acquisition of Brio Software, Hyperion solutions now reaches tens of thousands of people, covering every corner of an organisation and cost-effectively aligning the enterprise through shared goals, strategies, plans and a single version of the truth. Business intelligence is an essential element of Business Performance Management and often the first step a company takes to unlock valuable information trapped in ERP systems through simple management reporting.

Hyperion Performance Suite combines Hyperion Intelligence and Hyperion SQR into an integrated suite, allowing customers to extract business intelligence from any data source and broadly distribute it to employees, customers and partners.

According to Mark Fazackerly, NZ Territory Manager for Hyperion Solutions, the agreement with E^SYS offers Wellington companies considerable added value. "E^SYS is committed to understanding its clients’ business and working in partnership to create imaginative, leading edge solutions that deliver real “bottom line” results. Both E^SYS and Hyperion have an established presence in New Zealand, however the combination of Hyperion’s expertise in Business Performance Management solutions and E^SYS' consultancy experience and market knowledge, provides the real benefit – clients achieve a more powerful solution to their business needs.”

Dominic Phillips, Business Development Manager, E^SYS said partnering with Hyperion meant they could now provide clients with results in the most efficient way. “Using Hyperion Performance Suite, the implementation of tailored Business Intelligence (BI) solutions is straightforward and our clients are provided with a practical solution to meet their requirements now and into the future. BI solutions developed using Hyperion Performance Suite provide information and analysis in a form that is both intelligible and actionable. Information resources can be used to achieve increased profitability and competitiveness”.

“This agreement means that existing users of Brio and new Hyperion users in Wellington can access a team of consultants who combine considerable experience in implementing business intelligence solutions with skills in the Hyperion tool set. Our objective at E^SYS is to enable organisations to leverage their investment in BI software to ensure maximum return. This means that we work with them through every step in the implementation process from opportunity identification to solution implementation and ongoing support.”
About E^SYS E^SYS is a Wellington based software development consultancy that specialises in the development of business intelligence solutions. Two key principles guide the E^SYS approach to consultancy. These are the need to understand its clients business and objectives at a fundamental level, and our commitment to being solution driven. This means that E^SYS utilise leading business intelligence tools such as Hyperion Performance Suite and that we apply proven development methodologies to ensure we deliver the results our clients desire.

About Hyperion Hyperion is the global leader in Business Performance Management software. More than 9,000 customers rely on Hyperion software to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution and provide insight to improve financial and operational performance. Hyperion combines the most complete set of interoperable applications with the leading Business Intelligence platform to support and create Business Performance Management solutions. A network of more than 600 partners provides the company’s innovative and specialised solutions and services.

Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, Hyperion employs nearly 2,500 people in 20 countries and is represented in 25 additional countries through distributor relationships. Hyperion, together with recently acquired Brio Software Inc., generated combined annual revenues of $614 million for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003. Hyperion is traded under the Nasdaq symbol HYSL. For more information, please visit www. hyperion.com, www.hyperion.com/contactus .

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