Sigma Conso offers Mona Planning, a budgeting application

23 April 2015

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Brussels, April 23rd 2015 – Sigma Conso, an international provider of group performance management software, announced its partnership agreement with prevero, a German CPM solutions developer. Sigma Conso will now include prevero’s planning, budgeting and forecasting software in its offer. The application will be sold by Sigma Conso under the name Mona Planning in several key countries for the group.

 

The prevero application is very flexible and meets the needs of a range of business sectors and of groups of very different sizes, ranging from a few to several thousand users. It already has over 500 customers, primarily in German-speaking countries, who appreciate the product’s accuracy and flexibility.

Dominique Galloy, Sigma Conso’s Managing Director, explains: “Our customers often asked us to recommend a planning, budgeting and forecasting application. To effectively meet their needs, we looked for a well-known software vendor specialised in the field to partner with.

We signed a partnership agreement with prevero to integrate their solution into our software suite. The partnership is based on the excellent complementarity of our two groups, both functionally and geographically. Their application is included in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for CPM solutions, where is classified as visionary.

prevero’s solution covers all facets of planning and forecasting, ranging from financial to strategic planning to project performance and human resources planning.

We are very happy to be able to offer a solution that will enable group Financial Departments to further integrate and automate their processes to improve their financial performance and more easily take the right strategic decisions.”