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Column5 Through the Years

Posted by David Den Boer on Wed, Apr 15, 2015 @ 09:04 AM

This month marks Column5’s 10th anniversary, and we are excited to be celebrating so many years of providing top-notch consulting services to our customers.  In the end, there are two groups who enable Column5 to have such a rich history of success.

Topics: OutlookSoft, Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Training, BPC (Business Planning & Consolidation)

Considerations in Upgrading to SAP BPC v10

Posted by Jamison Chochrek on Tue, Jun 24, 2014 @ 09:06 AM

This week has been somewhat of a client reunion week in that three of our clients from the “OutlookSoft” days are looking at upgrading to BPC v10.  Enough to where I had three meetings that felt like one topic three times over. That makes me believe there are other SAP BPC clients out there who could benefit from this information. This article is for any existing SAP BPC client who is not currently on v10.

Topics: HANA, Thought Leadership, OutlookSoft, NetWeaver, Roadmap, Microsoft, Implementation, BPC (Business Planning & Consolidation)

OutlookSoft & Column5: The Evolution of EPM

Posted by David Den Boer on Tue, Oct 23, 2012 @ 06:10 AM

OutlookSoft was an innovative software vendor founded in 1999, by the same team that founded Hyperion, in the wake of Hyperion's acquisition by ArborSoft the previous year. Despite the common genealogy, the key objective of the OutlookSoft splintergroup was to create a product free from inherited limiting technologies and mindsets.

Topics: Thought Leadership, OutlookSoft, Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), BPC (Business Planning & Consolidation)

9/11: Reflecting on My Experience

Posted by David Den Boer on Tue, Sep 11, 2012 @ 11:09 AM

Like other watershed moments in history, here in the US, nearly everyone alive at the time remembers where they were on 9/11. My story is similar to millions of Americans in that the events of that day were simply unforgettable.

Topics: OutlookSoft, Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Business Intelligence (BI)

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