Users now able to broadcast reports, better direct workflows; more easily visually showcase future impact of business decisions
Palo Alto, CA — August 2, 2006 — SymphonyRPM Inc., provider of an integrated enterprise platform for performance management and predictive business analytics solutions, has released the latest version of its platform, version 4.8, which adds improved functionality to both the analytic server and Web application segments of the platform and introduces Excel client analytic tools integrated through Web services.
Based on customer feedback, the latest upgrade includes shared member enhancements, advanced graphical indicators, innovative filtering tools, upgraded Web services features, and Excel and PowerPoint integrations.
One of the most important aspects of running a successful performance management program within your organization is the ability to manage, share and present the data as needed — and to be able to do so for a variety of audiences, said Jim Clayton, president of SymphonyRPM Inc. With these latest enhancements, the SymphonyRPM platform makes it even easier for users to personalize how they work with the resulting analysis and decision process and direct how it is used within the company.
By adding capabilities such as improved workflow management, active filtering and the ability to include advanced visualizations and graphics in dashboards and reports, SymphonyRPM said it has further improved upon a platform that has consistently received high marks for its ability to help organizations implement forward-looking analysis, improving their ability to make timely decisions based on real-time situations, not just historical operational reporting.
Version 4.8 of the SymphonyRPM platform is available immediately.
Additional Articles of Interest
- For information on the challenges of enterprise performance management in the age of real-time data, read "The Reality of Real-time Performance Management," the Net Best Thing column in the October/November 2003 issue of Supply & Demand Chain Executive.
- For a look at the challenges of expanding performance management to encompass the extended supply chain, read "Taking Performance Management Outside the Four Walls" in the April/May 2004 issue of Supply & Demand Chain Executive.