Diary note; Hyperion Performance Visibility 2006 World Tour
- 17 February, 2006 11:20
<p>What: Hyperion Performance Visibility 2006 World Tour</p>
<p>When and where:
Melbourne - Tuesday February 28, 2006; Registration 7.30am;
<p>Crown Hotel, River Room 1, Level 1, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Melbourne
Wednesday, March 1 2006; Registration 7.30am; Sessions 8.00am-10.30am</p>
<p>Four Seasons Hotel, Teale/Buchanan Room, Level 2, 199 George Street, Sydney
Thursday, March 2, 2006; Registration 7.30am; Sessions 8.00am-10.30am</p>
<p>National Convention Centre Canberra, Murray Room, First Floor, 27-31 Constitution Avenue, Canberra City.
Cost: FREE (Registration includes hot breakfast and morning tea)
Registration: Go to www.myrego.com/hyperion/roadshow or contact Petina Kearney on 02 9455 3334.
Presented by Hyperion Solutions, the Performance Visibility 2006 World Tour will show senior decision-making executives how Business Performance Management can transform their businesses. The event will deliver useful information on Business Intelligence, advanced analytics, financial and operational reporting, dashboards, scoreboards, modeling tools – and much more.
A video presentation by Hyperion’s Chief Strategy Officer, Howard Dresner, will feature in the program. He will comment on the Business Performance Management Revolution drawing on his 30 years of experience in the IT industry – including 13 years as a senior Gartner analyst specialising in BI and BPM.
Please note: The Hyperion Performance Visibility 2006 World Tour is a customer and prospect event. Journalists are welcome to attend. For media registration, please contact Amanda Brown at Kinetics on 02 9212 3848 or email email@example.com</p>
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