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Hyperion Solutions Corporation was a software company located in Santa Clara, California, which was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2007. Many of its products were targeted at the business intelligence (BI) and business performance management markets, and as of 2013 were developed and sold as Oracle Hyperion products. Hyperion Solutions was formed from the merger of Hyperion Software (formerly IMRS) and Arbor Software in 1998. == History == 1981 - IMRS founded by Bob Thomson and Marco Arese 1983 - IMRS launches financial and management consolidation software called "Micro Control" 1985 - IMRS hires Jim Perakis as CEO; he remains in this position during growth from $1M to almost $300M 1991 - IMRS becomes a public company and launches a Windows-based successor to 'Micro Control' called 'Hyperion' 1992 - Arbor Software ships first version of Essbase Online Analytical processing OLAP software 1995 - Due to the success of the "Hyperion" product IMRS changes name to "Hyperion Software Corporation" and the name of the product is changed to "Hyperion Enterprise." Arbor becomes a publicly held company 1997 - Arbor acquires Appsource 1998 - Hyperion Software merges with Arbor and the combined company is renamed Hyperion Solutions 1999 - Jeffrey Rodek named as Hyperion Chairman and CEO of Hyperion. Hyperion acquires Sapling Corporation (Enterprise Performance Management applications) 2001 - Godfrey Sullivan is named Hyperion President and COO 2003 - Hyperion acquires Brio Technology and The Alcar Group 2004 - Hyperion names Jeffrey Rodek Executive Chairman; Godfrey Sullivan President and CEO 2005 - Hyperion acquires Razza Solutions (Master data management) and appoints Northdoor as a reseller in the UK and Ireland. 2006 - Hyperion acquires UpStream (Financial Data Quality Management) 2006 - Hyperion acquires Beatware (Data visualization for Web and Mobile Devices) 2007 - Hyperion acquired Decisioneering (Crystal Ball software).Oracle Corporation announced on March 1, 2007 it had agreed to purchase Hyperion Solutions Corporation for $3.3 billion in cash. The transaction was completed on April 18, 2007 and Hyperion now operates as a division of Oracle. Oracle extended support for most Hyperion products (v11.1.2.x) to 2018.. - read more on Wikipedia

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The perfect primer to Oracle Hyperion Planning^ this step-by-step tutorial gives you the skills to manage all your business planning and budgeting. Real-world examples make it super-relevant to your own situation.

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Master advanced Dashboards^ JavaScript and Computation features to Oracle Hyperion Interactive Reporting 11 and much more

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Quickly master the extremely robust and powerful Oracle Hyperion Interactive Reporting 11 tool with this book and eBook

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Over 90 advanced development recipes to build and take your Oracle Essbase Applications further with this book and ebook

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Develop high-performance multidimensional analytic OLAP solutions with Oracle Essbase 9 with this book and eBook

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Utilizing the full potential of the Oracle Business intelligent Enterprise Edition is in easy reach with this tutorial. From first principles right through to developing your own tools^ it’s the complete guide for beginners and intermediates.

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