Performance Management Experts Applix and Revelwood Share Insights on Aligning Operational Metrics Across the Enterprise with Financial Outcomes

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Join Applix and Revelwood for a free lunch seminar entitled "Why CFOs Are Embracing Operational Performance Management." The seminar is 11:00am – 1:00pm on June 27, 2006 at City Grill, Atlanta, GA.

Revelwood, the leading technology consulting firm with a core focus on business performance management (BPM) solutions and a premier Applix TM1 partner, today announced an Atlanta-area seminar, "Why CFOs Are Embracing Operational Performance Management." The seminar is 11:00am – 1:00pm on June 27, 2006 at City Grill in Atlanta, GA.

“According to industry analysts, finance executives are well-positioned to build on their success with business performance management,” said David Menninger, vice president, worldwide product strategy and marketing, Applix. “They have vast experience with forecasting, modeling, scenario planning, metrics and reporting: all activities vital to extending performance management beyond Finance into core operations, HR and customer-facing functions. This seminar will help financial executives to understand the corporate benefits available to adopters of performance management across the organization.”

To register for this event, visit: http://www.revelwood.com/events

The seminar will be led by BPM expert Ken Wolf, CEO of Revelwood and will provide attendees with:

  • An overview of the BPM and OLAP (online analytical processing) markets, citing independent analyst research;
  • A look at the evolution of performance management in operations and detailed explanation of complex business modeling, options for ‘what-if’ analysis;
  • The benefits of dashboards, scorecards, metrics and alerts, and real-time analytics;
  • Best practices for integrating BPM into day-to-day operations for improved corporate value; and
  • An introduction to the OLAP solution most often attributed with the highest rate of success for managing performance across the enterprise, Applix TM1.

Seminar attendees will receive a free white paper on OPM, detailing real-world case studies from leading companies.

To learn more about Revelwood’s BPM seminar series, please contact: info@revelwood.com or call (201) 984-3030.

About Revelwood

Revelwood provides business performance management solutions that enable companies to predict, measure, evaluate and impact business performance. Offering products, implementation services, training and support, Revelwood brings ease, speed and flexibility to enterprise budgeting, planning, reporting, consolidation and analysis – all on a single, common application, Applix TM1.

Since 1995, Revelwood has provided solutions for numerous innovative companies including Viacom, TV Guide, GAF Materials Corporation and Primedia. Revelwood was named one of America’s fastest growing companies in Inc Magazine’s listing of the Inc 500 and Deloitte & Touche’s Fast 500. Additional information on Revelwood can be obtained by visiting http://www.revelwood.com or calling 201-984-3030.

About Applix

Applix (NASDAQ: APLX) is a global leader of Performance Management applications based on Applix's TM1. TM1 applications enable continuous strategic planning, management and monitoring of performance across the financial and operational functions within the enterprise. Applix is a founder of the BPM Standards Group, and has been recognized by numerous industry analyst groups for its technical leadership and vision in the marketplace.

Nearly 2,800 customers worldwide use TM1 for tight integration with Excel, real-time response, adaptability, and low total cost of ownership. Delivered by Applix and by a global network of partners, TM1-based applications help customers manage their business performance and respond to the marketplace in real time. Headquartered in Westborough, MA, Applix maintains offices in four countries in Europe, North America and the Pacific Rim. For more information about Applix, please visit http://www.applix.com.

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