View all newsletters
Receive our newsletter - data, insights and analysis delivered to you
  1. Technology
April 4, 2005

Hyperion to support planning for Nissan

Car manufacturing giant Nissan has purchased technology from Santa Clara, California-based Hyperion to support its planning business.

By CBR Staff Writer

Hyperion Planning is a centralized, web-based planning, budgeting and forecasting platform that allows companies to track and monitor business plans and forecasts, in an attempt to help translate strategic objectives into operational goals and targets.

Nissan anticipates 150 users of the new software in the finance departments of its US and Canadian subsidiaries.

With the purchase of this software, Nissan will have access to rich planning flexibility that includes workflow and process management capabilities, said Rich Clayton, vice president of product marketing at Hyperion. We’re providing dynamic planning capabilities within a scalable, secure architecture that is robust enough to serve the complex needs of a large corporation such as Nissan.

Content from our partners
Rethinking cloud: challenging assumptions, learning lessons
DTX Manchester welcomes leading tech talent from across the region and beyond
The hidden complexities of deploying AI in your business

Websites in our network
Select and enter your corporate email address Tech Monitor's research, insight and analysis examines the frontiers of digital transformation to help tech leaders navigate the future. Our Changelog newsletter delivers our best work to your inbox every week.
  • CIO
  • CTO
  • CISO
  • CSO
  • CFO
  • CDO
  • CEO
  • Architect Founder
  • MD
  • Director
  • Manager
  • Other
Visit our privacy policy for more information about our services, how Progressive Media Investments may use, process and share your personal data, including information on your rights in respect of your personal data and how you can unsubscribe from future marketing communications. Our services are intended for corporate subscribers and you warrant that the email address submitted is your corporate email address.