BI4ALL, a national company leader in the development of Business Intelligence solutions, has established a strategic partnership with Sigma Conso to provide its Clients with a wide range of tailored and scalable solutions to facilitate their financial management and improve decision-making processes.
Sigma Conso is a globally recognized specialist in Corporate Performance Management (CPM), which develop innovative solutions with the aim of simplifying groups financial processes.
With the incorporation of this solution in its offer, BI4ALL strengthens the response to its current and future Clients, offering them a complete portfolio of software and services in the field of corporate and management performance, and helping them in the digital transformation of the finance function.
Sigma Conso CPM solutions support financial groups close: intercompany reconciliation automation, unified consolidation and management reporting. Sigma Conso CPM also streamlines Financial Planning and Analysis.
With this partnership, BI4ALL reinforces its reputation as a leading company in the development of Business Intelligence solutions, aimed at improving the operational performance of organizations.
José Oliveira, BI4ALL CEO, said: “It is with deep satisfaction that we integrate Sigma Conso into our strategic offer to support the business development of our Clients. The company's experience and recognition as a leader in the area of Corporate Performance Management allow us to provide our Clients with the most sophisticated technologies at the service of their business”.
Dominique Galloy, Managing Director of Sigma Conso, added: “BI4ALL is an ideal reselling and implementation partner for Sigma Conso, as they have expertise and knowledge both in finance and technology. I’m really confident about the future of our partnership due to the strong presence of BI4ALL on the Iberian Peninsula and their reputation among multinational groups. This partnership is a perfect fit with our international expansion strategy.”
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ComputerWorld – March 7, 2018