Hyperion, a provider of business performance management (BPM) software, announced it is working with Cranfield University's School of Management on a major update to a 2004 academic study - the first to gauge the maturity and uptake of performance management in the United States by broadly canvassing enterprises.

The new study, sponsored by Hyperion, will extend the original report's reach to include publicly traded companies in the United Kingdom, Japan, and China. The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business, Peking University's Guanghua School of Management and Waseda University's Graduate School of Accountancy in Japan also are lending their expertise to this latest effort. Each school also plans to publish its own reports based on the survey results.

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