Freiburg, Germany (PRWEB) October 6, 2008
Jedox, a software company that develops and markets commercial and open source based planning, analysis and reporting solutions, announced today plans for its third annual Palo User conference. The international conference (to be held in English), will take place at the Steigenberger Airport Hotel in Frankfurt on November 7, 2008.
The daylong event will feature cutting-edge Palo customer projects, as well as unveil the latest high-tech information in the Palo research and development sector. Participants will have the opportunity to receive information about Palo's latest effective business applications, including the new 3.0 version. Conference attendees also will have the chance to learn about a variety of new application ideas, speak with experts in the field, ask questions, and meet other Palo users from various corporate areas and industries. One conference highlight features guest speaker Rick Clazie from Canada's "Beyond Compliance." Clazie will discuss the Palo implementation at his company, "Beyond Compliance" ("Transforming Data into Wisdom with Palo.")
Additionally, participants will be given the opportunity to meet several Palo Partners who will present their BI solutions at various exhibits during the conference.
This year's presenters include: Kristian Raue, CEO, Jedox; Arne Petersen, EVP Worldwide Sales and Marketing, Jedox; Vladislav Malicevic, Head of Development, Jedox; Drazen Kljaic, Development, Jedox; Dr. Tobias Lauer, Research, Jedox; Andreas Bollongino, Head of Consulting, Jedox; Rick Clazie, Beyond Compliance (Canada); Thomas Seeler, Dystar Textilfarben GmbH; Torsten Schluter, Energieversorgung Hildesheim (Power Supply, City of Hildesheim); and, Steven Greenhill, Mindbusiness GmbH.
For more information, or to register for the conference, please visit http://www.jedox.com.
Headquartered in Freiburg, Germany, Jedox is one of the world's leading suppliers of Open Source based planning, analysis and reporting solutions. With Palo Server (Open Source) as well as Worksheet Server, which is based on Open Source technologies, Jedox provides a solution for so-called Enterprise Spreadsheets. Enterprise Spreadsheets convert Excel applications into corporate-wide Business Intelligence solutions and they ensure a consistent data model for all spreadsheets throughout a corporation. Their core product, Palo, is available free of charge at http://www.palo.net.