Compagnie Lebon chooses Sigma Conso to bring its consolidation in-house and for management reporting

3 March 2015

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Paris, 3 March 2015 – Sigma Conso, an international provider of group performance management software today announced a new client in France: Compagnie Lebon chose Mona Group Reporting for its consolidation and monthly reporting.

The financial department at Compagnie Lebon, a family group listed on the stock market, wanted to bring its consolidation process in-house to ensure access to reliable consolidated data to manage certain group activities.

Mona Group Reporting, Sigma Conso’s unified, full-web consolidation and reporting solution was chosen following a call for tenders in which France’s leading vendors competed.

Aubry Cavalié, Assistant to the Financial Services Manager at Compagnie Lebon said: “We wanted to bring our consolidation in-house. It was crucial that we find a software package that was easy to learn, reliable and which we could customise ourselves, to avoid having to use external consultants.

Mona Group Reporting provides us with the accuracy we need to do our biannual statutory consolidation in-house and with great flexibility for our monthly management reporting.”

Dominique Galloy, Sigma Conso’s Managing Director, adds: “We’re very happy with the trust Compagnie Lebon has shown us. We currently work with over 150 groups in France. They really appreciate having an upgradeable solution that’s easy to customise.”

About Compagnie Lebon

Founded in 1847, Compagnie Lebon had its origins in the gas and electricity production and distribution sector. The company employs 150 people and now operates in three areas: Hospitality, Real Estate and Capital Investment. Compagnie Lebon was listed on the Paris stock market in 1853. The group has been held by the same family since its foundation.

With an extensive industrial history, Compagnie Lebon benefits from its dual entrepreneurial and financial culture. For more information:http://www.compagnielebon.fr/