Australasian solutions and services company, UXC has expanded its UXC Performance Management with the launch of a new business unit called e.prise.
The wholly owned Business Unit UXC Performance Management is a part of the UXC Business Solutions Group (BSG) and was launched in January. Its divisions; e.fab, e.bi and e.sens provided specialist expertise in three of the four major platforms: Cognos, Business Objects and SAS.
The launch of e.prise extends UXC’s capability to the fourth major performance management and business intelligence platforms like Oracle/Hyperion.
According to Stephen Mackley, CEO of UXC Performance Management, the launch of e.prise means UXC customers can choose across a variety of major performance management and business intelligence platforms.
“The expansion of UXC Performance Management supports BSG’s business strategy to consolidate existing businesses and acquisitions to build market leading positions in areas of existing expertise,” said Mackley.
UXC Performance Management has grown rapidly since its launch in January from 40 staff to more than 60 today. e.prise has launched with a team of highly qualified, experienced consultants lead by Ilmar Mutli and plans to grow to over 20 people by the end of the year. All together, UXC Performance Management anticipates over 100 people by the end of this financial year (FY08), he said.
According to Mackley the expansion follows a record year for UXC that has seen the company win a string of high value federal government contracts in the business solutions group and upwardly revise its forecast revenue to low-mid $400 million (up from $350 to $380 million).
UXC will release its full year (FY07) financial results on 23 August 2007.
UXC launched new business unit
By Lilia Guan on Aug 3, 2007 2:30PM