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ProClarity Launches a Formal Corporate Framework

Originally published November 11, 2005

ProClarity Corp. a provider of business intelligence technology, recently launched a formal corporate framework designed to support the establishment of independent, self-sustaining ProClarity User Groups around the world. The ProClarity User Group program (PUG) provides a neutral forum for the exchange of best practices regarding the use of Microsoft and ProClarity BI solutions, while also serving to facilitate end-user communications directly to ProClarity and other third party vendors.

The formal PUG initiative was developed to provide corporate support to independently founded ProClarity User Groups which foster the open exchange of business intelligence best practices and provide early information on ProClarity product developments and access to Beta programs.

Numerous resources are being offered to promote and support the increasing number of ProClarity User Groups including formal marketing toolkits, access to ProClarity product specialists and trainers, as well as product enhancement opportunities and sponsorship assistance.

“The resources ProClarity has made available make it much easier to maintain user groups and recruit parties interested in enhancing their business intelligence expertise,” said James Thackrah, South Africa PUG Chair and BI Program Manager for the Development Bank of Southern Africa. “Their support of independently established user groups is a testament to ProClarity’s customer service and dedication to client success.”

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