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Hyperion Solutions appoints Comma Consulting as its PR counsel

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Hyperion Solutions appoints Comma Consulting as its PR counsel

Comma Consulting has bagged the PR mandate of Hyperion Solutions, one of the global leaders in business performance management software.

Business performance management software is a new concept in India. Comma, which has already begun work on the client, helps people understand business performance management and business intelligence.

Hyperion serves global customers in 45 countries. Using Hyperion software, customers collect data, organise and analyse it, then communicate it across the enterprise. Hyperion offers business performance management solution that integrates financial management applications with a business intelligence platform into a single system.

Hyperion’s client base in India includes Reliance Industries, Maruti, Toyota, Bharti, Hutch, IBM, Infotech, Citigroup, American Express, Fidelity, and IMRB International, among others.


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