Thanks to this partnership, the two major players in digital transformation are joining forces to provide a common offer and support their customers for their business intelligence and performance management needs.
Synvance, a management and technology consulting firm and a key player in the transformation of its clients’ financial and operational departments for more than 15 years, announces the signing of a strategic partnership with Board, the world leader in decision support tools for companies.
“We are delighted to officially welcome Synvance to our partner network. This agreement formalizes a relationship that began several months ago in the support and implementation of Board at several customers,” said Olivier Pasquier, Country Manager of Board France. “This alliance between two major players will allow us to offer our customers a complete range of consulting and support services for the deployment of Board’s “all-in-one” solution. The experience acquired by Synvance combined with the flexibility and rich functional coverage of our solution allows us to provide a tool-based and agile consulting service to the various functions of the company.
Adrien Saulnier, Managing Director of Synvance, said: “As an expert in business performance management solutions, we have always been looking for innovative and disruptive solutions. Thus, Board and Synvance share the same desire to advise and support our clients’ business departments in the implementation of a solution that is ergonomic, easy to use and very agile in its deployment and continuous improvement.
Effectively combining state-of-the-art analysis, planning, forecasting and simulation capabilities, Board offers a unified “all-in-one” solution that provides an interactive visual environment within the enterprise, addressing BI or CPM needs in a single platform. The association of Board and Synvance has allowed to address several needs in multiple references in France. Synvance is currently working to implement Board in various companies, notably in the public sector, retail, digital communication and sports.