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Brio Introduces Application for Revenue Optimization

Brio Technology today introduced Impact, a packaged application designed specifically for revenue optimization. Impact enables analysis of all aspects of a corporate revenue stream. It accommodates relevant data sources and allows manufacturers to measure business performance and utilize the best practices based on their individual requirements. With Impact, manufacturers can adopt advanced revenue management practices to proactively manage resources and increase revenue across different product lines and market segments.

Impact's graphical interface presents corporate revenue data from multiple sources across the company to help users visually analyze potential problems or revenue gaps. Impact includes capabilities for assessing current revenue performance, diagnosing anomalies, enabling unified action and evolves with the business to meet corporate revenue goals. Impact is currently available.

Contact Brio Technology, (650) 856-8000 or (877) 289-2746, www.brio.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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