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SymphonyRPM Announces New Ease-of-Use Features

Originally published November 1, 2005

SymphonyRPM, a provider of the only integrated enterprise platform for forward-looking performance management and predictive business analytics solutions, recently announced it has added new reporting, personalization and ease-of-use features that support collaborative decision-making and rapid delivery of analytics-driven applications to market.

An intuitive, highly-customizable web-based interface draws on the powerful performance management capabilities of the SymphonyRPM platform, while consolidating multiple business scenarios into a single workspace to enable effective execution of forward-looking strategies.

SymphonyRPM partners and customers can now benefit from a number of new features that were created to take decision-making and report creation out of the hands of the information technology team and into the hands of end-users—whether in the executive suite or on the shop floor—who need to make well-informed decisions based on logical capture and easy-to-understand display of data and trends. In order to facilitate rapid application development and report generation in a web-based environment, SymphonyRPM has introduced several new features.

"There aren't many solutions available on the market that can conduct modeling in multiple dimensions like SymphonyRPM," said Wayne Eckerson, Director of research at The Data Warehousing Institute. "The new custom hierarchies, application building blocks and Design Wizard make SymphonyRPM's platform even easier to use, providing customers with the advanced analytics they need to make smarter decisions across the entire enterprise."

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