Our DNA is in business performance management," states Jeff Rodek, chairman and chief executive officer of Hyperion. "We help companies gain insight into both their operational and financial information. Hyperion customers are able to use that insight to better understand their performance and to plan for even better performance in the future," says Rodek. He adds, "It is the incredible insight that we can provide companies that really sets us apart, and we've been doing this for years with thousands of customers."

Hyperion defines business performance management (BPM) as software, services and processes that enable organizations to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution and provide insight to improve financial and operational performance. Executives throughout the world are quickly realizing the necessity for BPM to monitor overall corporate performance to ensure regulatory compliance to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, Basel II and others; to provide accountability across all departments within the organization; and to rationalize future capital expenditures. Rodek credits Hyperion's leadership in business performance management to innovation, domain leadership, customer focus, integrity and passion. These are also the five traits that Rodek says best describe the company; and the best way to gain a true understanding of the company, its people and its products, is through a lens of each of these five powerful characteristics.

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