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Hyperion and Atos link up to bring BPM to mid-market

Hyperion and outsourcer Atos Origin have signed a partnership to deliver best-of-breed business process management (BPM) solutions to mid-market organisations in the UK.

The pair said that the co-operation would offer affordable tools to improve business decision making and reduce the cost of compliance.

Atos Origin and Hyperion will target mid-size companies with the full range of end-to-end services traditionally available only to larger organisations.

The services include BPM strategy development through to project management, process design, industry solutions, software licensing and applications implementation and outsourcing.

The agreement will also benefit Atos Origin’s ERP client base. Hyperion’s software solutions can complement existing ERP installations and Atos Origin, through its consulting arm, Atos Consulting, will be able to help clients make an informed choice on the best reporting and analytical options.

“Seeing an opportunity in the medium-size marketplace for a complete BPM solution, we took the decision to formalise our collaboration with Hyperion,” said Olga Bassoli, Atos Origin’s Hyperion practice lead in the UK.

“We have a long tradition of working together, as demonstrated by our established centre of excellence in the Netherlands and a track record of successful implementations across Europe,” she said.

Hyperion is being acquired by Oracle, and Atos has been the subject of recent takeover reports.

 

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