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Hyperion Pillar users should migrate to Hyperion System 9 Planning

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Hyperion has released a White Paper titled “Migrating to Hyperion System 9 Planning. We at Peningo Systems strongly recommend this “White Paper” for any Hyperion Consultant that will be involved in the initial planning and implementation of Hyperion System 9 Planning, as well as, the migration from Hyperion Pillar to Hyperion System 9 Planning. 


Companies need an efficient, collaborative, and accurate planning and budgeting process to deliver a significant and sustainable competitive advantage. The cornerstone to successful implementation of collaboratively executing planning and budgeting enterprise wide to by selecting the right enterprise Planning and Budgeting Software tools. For years Hyperion Pillar software was the proven budgeting application of choice by many IT Managers. Hyperion Pillar provided managers with the ability to perform a wide range of activities, including cost center and activity-based budgeting, project and capital planning, sales forecasting, compensation planning, reporting and analysis.


With the release of Hyperion System 9 Planning, the folks at Hyperion are encouraging Pillar user to migrate to the new Hyperion System 9 Planning.  Hyperion System 9 Planning meets the cycle of business forecasting, budgeting, and planning functions, and for Hyperion Pillar users, Hyperion System 9 Planning is their next-generation planning solution. Hyperion released the “White Paper” titled “Migrating to Hyperion System 9 Planning” with the Pillar users in mind.


Hyperion System 9 Planning facilitates this more frequent, continuous adjustment of budget allocation by providing automated and Web-based workflows. As Hyperion System 9 Planning uses a Web-based architecture, planners can simply access shared planning databases and documents with their Web browsers.


If you are a Pillar user or considering a Planning and Budgeting tool for your business, for more information on Hyperion System 9 Planning, please review the links below:


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