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AlphaBlox, Hyperion Sign Reseller Agreement

AlphaBlox Corp. today signed a reseller agreement with Hyperion Solutions Corp. Under the agreement, Hyperion will resell the AlphaBlox Analysis Suite with its Hyperion Essbase OLAP Server throughout North America.

The addition of AlphaBlox Analysis Suite enables Hyperion to provide organizations with a robust platform for deploying customized, Web-based business analysis applications for e-business, customer relationship management, supply chain, and financial management.

AlphaBlox Analysis Suite is an open and extensible platform for the delivery of Web-based analytical applications that are broadly deployed both inside and outside of the corporate firewall to customers, partners, and suppliers. Hyperion Essbase OLAP Server is a strategic analytical platform optimized for enterprise management reporting, analysis, and planning applications.

Contact AlphaBlox, (888) 256-9669, www.alphablox.com.

Contact Hyperion, (800) 286-8000, www.hyperion.com.

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

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