Eclipse Computing Australia Pty Ltd today announced the launch of a new corporate performance management (CPM) and business intelligence (BI) division.
The consulting division offers strategic solutions to extend Microsoft's people-ready focus on the information worker and their recent release of business intelligence products. International CPM expert David Hunter has been appointed executive manager of the division.
Eclipse Computing CEO, Bradley Stroop said effective execution of business strategy and wide-spread adoption of business intelligence are critical to maintaining a competitive edge in the marketplace today.
"We recognised a vital need and created this CPM and BI division to provide our clients with practical consulting solutions to greatly improve their organisational performance while leveraging their IT investment," he said.
Executive manager David Hunter has implemented CPM in Fortune 500 companies, healthcare, Norton/Kaplan Hall of Fame winners and government agencies in North America, Europe and Australia.
He specialises in working with executive management to successfully accelerate their performance management and business intelligence strategies into action through the rapid adoption of balanced scorecards, strategic priorities, strategy maps, business intelligence, business process improvement, collaboration, communications platforms and change management initiatives.
"The new Eclipse CPM and BI division delivers a holistic business solution to enhance people, performance and processes," Hunter said.
Established in 1991, Eclipse has offices in all major Australian cities and employs 220 staff supporting more than 600 customers.
Eclipse is a business unit of publicly-listed Australian investment company, UXC Limited.