Business Objects, a world-leading provider of business intelligence (BI) solutions,  announced the results of a BusinessWeek Research Services Study that concludes enterprise performance management (EPM) is the de facto method for evaluating and executing corporate strategy for organizational success. The forecasting survey of more than 50 Global 1000 executives gauges the current momentum of enterprise performance management in the world's largest organizations and determines where top executives feel EPM will be headed next. The study asserts that EPM will make performance management personal and pervasive by revealing clearly how every individual in an organization contributes to the top and bottom line.

"Performance management answers the simple questions first - like how is my organization performing today," said Rene Bonvanie, chief marketing officer at Business Objects. "Business intelligence puts key performance indicators and analytics at the fingertips of those who make decisions that make proactive and predictive business management a reality. The BusinessWeek Research Services Study confirms what Business Objects has always believed - that EPM gives organizations the power to manage and improve organizational performance, from the factory floor to the executive suite. And top executives from around the world are looking forward with astute predictions on where EPM is headed next and how their organizations will benefit."

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