TechnologyAccounting SoftwareComshare to announce Microsoft link

Comshare to announce Microsoft link

Corporate performance management software developer Comshare is to announce the launch of a tie-up with Microsoft at next month's Softworld Accounting and Finance show in Brimingham.

As well as news of a joint CPM program with Microsoft, the company will confirm launch details of Comshare MPC 5.0, a CPM product that will feature enhanced consolidation and forecasting functionality.

‘By combining the power of Comshare MPC and Microsoft technology, the ‘Power of 2′ program delivers two best of breed products working together to enable business managers to spend less time performing manual tasks, and more time analysing results, evaluating alternatives and implementing effective business decisions,’ a company spokesman said.

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