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First European partner for Six Degrees Planning

First European partner for Six Degrees Planning

Kiwi IT consultancy Theta has signed up a first European partner for its enterprise planning software Six Degrees Planning. Polish company Fincode will market, sell, implement and support Six Degrees Planning in Poland, Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

FinCode is a member of the Advanced Business Solutions (ABS) group, headquartered in Warsaw. The company focuses primarily on the financial services sector, with practices covering business intelligence, CRM and ERP solutions.

ABS and Fincode are MicroStrategy partners, and also work extensively with Microsoft Dynamics and SQL Server.

Slawomir Zawadzki, Fincode’s CEO comments:

“We’re very pleased to be able to represent Six Degrees Planning in Central Europe. We work with many financial sector organisations, and believe there is a real need in this market for an enterprise budgeting and planning application that also delivers world class reporting and analytics. That Six Degrees is built on - and works like - MicroStrategy, a BI platform used by many of our customers, provides us with an unique opportunity to add significant value to our customers.”

Rob Lee, Theta’s CEO, adds:

“We’re delighted with the way our partner ecosystem is developing. Six Degrees Planning was built here in Auckland and is steadily making its way around the world - it’s exciting to see innovative Kiwi technology represented in North America and now in Europe. We have been very impressed with the people from Fincode we have worked with and it’s great to welcome them to our global partner network.”

Together with Project X in Toronto and Talus in Seattle Theta has signed up three Six Degrees partners so far this year, with another two in the pipeline.


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