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Manual cash flow forecasts are a thing of the past for Australia Post with the implementation of two software packages which crunch data to produce accurate daily, monthly and annual forecasting reports.
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IBM executives said this week that the company is looking to many of its existing tools, from the Tivoli management system to Cognos business intelligence software, to secure private and IBM-hosted hybrid clouds as customers migrate to these new computing setups.
The Australian division of global cookware manufacturer, Meyer Cookware, has signed a six-figure deal with ERP developer, Pronto Software, to implement Pronto-Xi across the enterprise.
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The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is moving to provide greater access to information for staff, academics and students through a review and revamp of its reporting systems.
IBM on Monday will announce a BI (business intelligence) and planning suite aimed at midsized companies that need more insight into their business than a spreadsheet can provide, but not the complexity of an enterprise-level product.
Food production company Simplot Australia will implement a new enterprise business intelligence package from September 2009 in conjunction with a new ERP system.
IBM officially closed its US$5 billion acquisition of business intelligence software maker Cognos at the end of January 2008.
Elie Tahari, a fashion designer and retailer, credits its IBM Cognos business intelligence software, particularly its business performance management (BPM) features, with helping it boost sales by tens of millions of dollars a year while saving several millions of dollars a year on shipping costs.
IBM last week released an analytical application to provide banks and financial institutions better visibility and management of credit risk across loan portfolios.
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