Why I created a blog

Its been four years since I first created this blog. It has remained true to Essbase and related information over those years. Hopefully it has answered questions and given you insight over those years. I will continue to provide my observations and comments on the ever changing world of EPM. Don't be surprised if the scope of the blog changes and brings in other Hyperion topics.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

InterRel News and news from down under

Typically I don’t blog about the company I work for, devoting my time to more technical articles, but I decided to deviate a little today to talk about a couple of things.

First, after a long time interRel has a new website. It looks pretty nice.Check it out at  www.interrel.com. I think it is nicer looking and more informative than our old site.

Second, interRel is hiring. If you have experience in the Hyperion line of products or OBIEE and are looking for a cool consulting firm to work for, we could be interested in you. interRel is a great company to work for and we believe in consultant growth and training as importantly as we believe in customer service. I’m not going to give you the marketing on why you should join interRel, you probably already know. If you have an interest in talking to us, email info@interrel.com

finally , some news not associated to interRel in any way.  If you plan to be in New Zealand or Australia next month, why not attend ODTUG’s Seriously Practical Conference in Melbourne March 21st and 22nd or the  NZOUG conference on March 18th and 19th at Te Papa, Wellington (sounds like a kind of steak to me). Sounds like a great way to get a paid vacation, Go to the conference and see the countryside. This is truly not associated with interRel as we will will not be speaking at either conference, but my friend, mmip, Cameron Lackpour put together the EPM agenda for both conferences and will be speaking there. If you are there, tell him Glenn said to say Hi. That is the secret phrase and he might have a present for you (not really, It would just be fun).

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