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Cockpit Consulting and its Partner Barium Launch the First Business Process Intelligence App for QlikView in the Cloud

LONDON, December 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

New Barium Cockpit app accelerates enterprise data discovery and improves performance management

Cockpit Consulting today announced the immediate availability of the world's first cloud-based Business Process Intelligence app, "Barium Cockpit." This ground-breaking app drastically improves the tracking and management of key performance indicators, providing on-demand visibility on business processes for finance and operationally focused executives.

"Barium has developed a first-to-market BPMN Cloud app that enables Cockpit Consulting to create the missing link between Process Key Performance Indicators and Finance/Operational Key Performance Indicators to enhance decision-making capabilities. It will provide our customers a complete performance management solution" says Philippe Perret, Cockpit Consulting's CEO.

Barium Cockpit: Business Process Intelligence in the Cloud

With Barium Cockpit, Barium Live! users can query together information within Barium Live! and other enterprise systems for seamless visual analysis, dashboards and reports. Connecting financial and operational KPIs with business process KPIs will provide an unparalleled view into their business' entire data. The result presented in an easy-to-use interface empowers users to make smarter decisions to enhance business performance.

"Barium Cockpit has enormous potential," says Michael Johansson, Barium's CEO. "With Cockpit Consulting, we give customers the right tools when it comes to processing and measuring value of enterprise data from processes - data that can streamline operation performance. Another benefit is that it is a cloud service. So cost is low. Barium and Cockpit Consulting complement each other well and have the same approach when it comes to implementing processes and delivering value to customers."

Barium Cockpit is available on QlikTech's recently launched QlikMarket. It is the first app in QlikMarket that offers business process intelligence.

About Barium - the Business Process Company

Barium, recognised as one of the fastest growing business process management software companies in the world, helps organizations accelerate business performance and innovation by providing them with the tools and services to create value-adding and sustainable business process solutions. Find out more on business process management at http://www.bariumlive.com.

About Cockpit Consulting

Cockpit Consulting is one of Europe's fastest growing emerging business intelligence consultancies, helping clients measure, analyse and optimise business performance across the entire enterprise.  The firm's unique approach coupled with its use of cutting-edge technologies enables organizations to exploit data, resulting in improving decision making at multiple executive and operational levels. To learn more on how to improve performance management, visit http://www.cockpitconsulting.com.

QlikTech and QlikView are trademarks or registered trademarks of QlikTech or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and other countries. Other company names, product names and company logos mentioned herein are the trademarks, or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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