The city of Cardinia Shire looks to Kepion budgeting for swifter planning
By Emily Jordan - Dec 01, 2015
Seattle, WA (Tuesday, 1st December, 2015) – Kepion, a leading provider of BI and CPM solutions was selected by the city of Cardinia Shire in Australia to enhance their budgeting. Cardinia Shire is one of the fastest growing regions of metropolitan Melbourne. With a workforce of over 400 full-time, part-time and casual employees across a range of industry sectors, Cardinia Shire was the first Australian organization to receive Investors in People gold accreditation. Cardinia uses Kepion to manage funding more effectively and strategize spending for the city’s numerous services.
About Kepion on the Microsoft BI Platform
Kepion (www.kepion.com) delivers global corporate performance management software (CPM) based on Microsoft’s technology across the North & South America, Australia, Europe and Asia. Companies, which include some of Microsoft’s top enterprise customers, have adopted Kepion Planning as their global budgeting and financial forecasting software.
Since Kepion is built on the Microsoft Business Intelligence platform, customers are able to plug their own Microsoft BI tools directly to Kepion for reporting and analysis. Kepion business performance management software allows business users to easily enter their targets for company-wide strategic plans, top-down & bottom-up budgeting and continuous fiscal & rolling forecasting, all within a single, easy to navigate web interface environment.
Kepion delivers performance management solutions for the office of finance. Kepion is built on the Microsoft BI platform powered by SQL Server. Kepion provides an entirely web-based planning solution founded on the principle “Simply Flexible: Providing simple access & navigation to your needed information, combined with a fully flexible platform to build solutions that fit around your key business functions”.
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The announcement of a customer’s selection of Kepion software is not necessarily indicative of the timing of recognition of revenue therefrom or the amount of revenue for any particular period. In addition, in many cases Kepion’s software must be successfully implemented and deployed to enable the customer to achieve its business objectives. The announcement of a customer’s selection of Kepion software