Thursday, 21 June 2018 01:19

BOARD appoints AtoBI as Australia, NZ channel partner

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Business intelligence enterprise software provider BOARD International has appointed Sydney-headquartered business intelligence consultancy, AtoBI, as the latest company to join its Australian and New Zealand partner community.

BOARD, headquartered in Switzerland, says AtoBI specialises in providing business-driven solutions including business intelligence and geospatial tools – working closely with its partners to provide a seamless, one-stop-shop for solutions, capabilities and knowledge to Australian private and public sector organisations.

It says the decision to appoint AtoBI is in line with the organisation’s channel partner growth strategy and will enable it to effectively scale for current and future demand among Australian enterprise organisations.

“With AtoBI, we have absolute confidence in our capacity to further support business growth with a consulting organisation whose ethos and customer focus complement our scalable solutions and provide a true return on investment to our customers,” said Mark Sands, general manager Asia Pacific, BOARD.

AtoBI also says the company was attracted to BOARD’s breadth-of-feature functionality in unified analysis, reporting, planning and forecasting solutions as well as its proven track record and presence in the local market.

”We have been working in the business intelligence industry for over 10 years and part of our success can be attributed to taking on new IT software solutions which provide exceptional solutions to customers,” said Elaine Graydon, chief operating officer at AtoBI.

“We also understand that a customer’s business issues are unique and as such we need to have the toolsets which will allow us to provide our customers with solutions that are best suited to their own individual business. Having BOARD in our portfolio of solutions will allow us to provide more diversity to customers to match their business needs.”

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