|By Business Wire||
|June 12, 2014 06:58 AM EDT||
Applied OLAP has recognized Iconomics Inc. as the Dodeca Solutions Specialist Partner of the Year. Iconomics has built an enviable record of delivering value to its customers by implementing the architectures and solutions they need to facilitate corporate decision making and deliver timely, accurate information throughout the enterprise.
Applied OLAP, Inc. is focused on their role as strategic enterprise spreadsheet management specialists. Their Dodeca Spreadsheet Management System turns corporate spreadsheets into a managed and secure analytic resource that drives enterprise performance and success.
Tim Tow, President of Applied OLAP, stated “This award recognizes the outstanding value which Iconomics has delivered to our mutual customers. Iconomics skilled professionals have extensive real-world experience which they use to team with us and their customers to architect and implement solutions which fulfill each customer’s unique business information requirements.”
David Rae, one of Iconomics’ founding partners, remarked “Iconomics and Applied OLAP have been working together for over 10 years. We are pleased to receive this recognition and even more pleased to be able to deliver sophisticated business solutions that drive the success of our mutual customers.”
The formal presentation of the award will be at the ODTUG Kscope Conference in Seattle, WA June 22-26, 2014. Applied OLAP, Inc. is a Platinum sponsor of the conference and will be featuring Jenever Springer from Iconomics and a mutual customer in the Dodeca Customer Panel Discussion on Tuesday June 24. For more information about the conference, see www.kscope14.com.
About Applied OLAP, Inc.
Applied OLAP was founded in 1998. They are focused on their role as strategic enterprise spreadsheet management specialists. The Dodeca Spreadsheet Management System turns business spreadsheets into a managed and secure analytic resource that drives enterprise success. Dodeca helps companies move beyond using spreadsheets as an end-user tool. They use Dodeca to create a company-wide spreadsheet management system that lowers operational costs and risks, and that produces accurate and dependable financial information to optimize corporate performance. Applied OLAP customers include The Kroger Company, Nestle, Manulife, Wells Fargo and Verizon. For more information see www.appliedolap.com.
About Iconomics Inc.
Iconomics was involved in pioneering implementations of Arbor Software’s Essbase, partnering with Arbor in 1995. As the Hyperion and then Oracle mergers have introduced new products, Iconomics has grown their expertise to include these new solutions. Iconomics has built an enviable record of delivering value to its customers by implementing the architectures and solutions our customers need to facilitate corporate decision making and deliver timely, accurate information throughout the enterprise. For more information see http://www.iconomics-inc.com/.
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