SOCIETE GENERALE

The Financial Division of Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking chooses BristolReport to analyze the financial performance.

BristolDecision, Business Intelligence ISV,  announces that the Management Information Systems department of the Finance Performance Management of the funding and investment bank Société Générale chose BristolReport.

Since the commissioning of Microsoft Analysis Services Cubes, Management & Information Systems team was seeking a reliable, efficient and compatible solution with Excel for financial management. The choice fell on the supply of BristolDecision to exploit OLAP Analysis Services databases whose use increases in corporate funding and investment bank of Société Générale Group.

The Financial Division and Financial Controllers appreciate the opportunity to capitalize selections and calculations in BristolReport for reuse in other reports or share them with other users. A satisfaction questionnaire showed a very good reception from the 120 users who are independent and are quickly appropriate the tool. The department notes that it has received very little support calls from users since the introduction of BristolReport in July 2006.

With BristolReport the Financial Division and Financial Controllers study the differences between the realized and the budget, cost trends by month, quarter, cost allocation of support functions (Finance, IT Service, Back Office, Human Resources Management, …) which are charged on the results of the business lines.

We chose this solution for product innovation, particularly in terms of data processing. The BristolReport Data Selector brings real added value both on large volumes cubes as on dimensions with many members or levels.” testifies Hughes Thirion de Briel, Project Manager at Management Information System (MIS) department, of Finance Performance Management (FPM) department, of Management Accounting Finance (CAIP) department.

In addition, he adds, The support, responsiveness and the ability of the editor to position effective interlocutors to our problems have also influenced our choice.

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