For Immediate Release
Contact: Ms. Claire Kahrobaie
Manager of Client Services
Silicon Valley World Internet Center
HYPERION REVEALS HOW BUSINESS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
INCREASES CORPORATE PROFITABILITY AT THE
SILICON VALLEY WORLD INTERNET CENTER
PALO ALTO, CA, October 1, 2002 - Hyperion Chief
Technology Officer John Kopcke will describe how Hyperion's (http://www.hyperion.com)
new generation of Web-enabled business performance management software
helps executives and business managers measure performance and drive
profitability this Thursday evening at the (http://www.worldinternetcenter.com)
Pub from 5:00 to 7:00 in Palo Alto.
"Recent innovations allow the extended enterprise
to see which divisions, regions, products or processes are most
profitable and why," said Kopcke. "This allows managers to better
plan for profitability."
Hyperion's products are designed to help companies
increase visibility, agility and the ability to measure accountability
across the enterprise; achieve greater alignment among business
units; and make information accessible and actionable across the
"We are delighted to welcome Hyperion to the World
Internet Center," said Center CEO Susan Duggan. "The overarching
theme of many of our Working Group and Think Tank Sessions has been
how to make sense of the plethora of data enterprises have to process
these days. Hyperion is a leader in turning that data into better
business decisions, and we are excited to have them in the house."
Kopcke is primarily responsible for technology strategy
for Hyperion, where he focuses on the company's internal technology
architecture, technology development services, product quality assurance
and leverages Hyperion's architecture with key partners.
The Pub is a weekly networking program of the Center,
which focuses on the advancement of Internet-related eMarkets, technologies,
people, and ideas through the collaborative exchange of knowledge.
The Center is located in the heart of Silicon Valley and works to
develop programs specific to the expanding Internet Economy. As
a multi-corporate, third-party venue, the Center provides a physical
and virtual forum for collaboration among technology leaders and
key end-users. The Center, a for-profit, fee-for-service corporation,
focuses primarily on the areas of eBusiness, eServices and wireless