With the successful launch of BristolReport the publisher capitalizes on customer satisfaction for enlist new partners to its successful business solution.
BristolDecision, Business Intelligence ISV, simple and innovative, announces that it wishes to associate integrators and consulting firms to its successful solution BristolReport and launches in this sense « BristolDecision Alliance Program » (BAP). Based on the success of its solution to companies with prestigious names such as Crédit Agricole, L’Oréal, Renault, Yahoo Europe, American Optical, Castorama, the Caisse d’Epargne or Pastacorp / Lustucru BristolDecision decides concentrate on his publishing business and accelerate growth of its sales through system integrators and consulting firms.
BristolDecision already has several partners in key European countries: England, Germany, Italy and the Nordic countries (Sweden, Denmark, Norway). The publisher now wants to accelerate its alliance program abroad and especially in France where it counts integrator partners.
BristolReport is a Business Performance Management solution closely related and complementary to the BI solution SQL Server Analysis Services from Microsoft. It appeals both IT and users for its ease of use and speed of implementation. It works directly in Excel, a tool bar BristolReport adding to the functionality of the spreadsheet.
BristolReport power not only to query multidimensional OLAP cubes connected to SQL databases and more complex, but it helps to simply define new indicators or KPI and then select, sort, and format information. Users appreciate the flexible customizable display information without prerequisite IT, and ease of deployment and diffusion dashboards obtained.
« Our solution BristolReport has attracted big companies but also small and medium enterprises by the quality of applications implemented. This quality, combined with aggressive pricing of the BI platform and solution BristolReport opens up tremendous market opportunities which we would associate new business partners,« says François Koukerdjinian, cofounder of BristolDecision.