Microsoft, Hyperion plan joint OLAP specification

By Marc L. Songini, Computerworld |  Software

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example, Ronald Harrigal, assistant director for strategic systems and IT support at the U.S.

Mint's circulating coinage department in Washington, said the joint specification could help

speed up a project to let remote users access financial data via the Web.

Harrigal's department, which makes coins for the federal government, already uses Hyperion's

activity-based costing software to analyze labor costs and other variable expenses during its

budgeting process. But Harrigal said he wants to make a personalized version of the application

available to end users through the Mint's intranet so they can more easily run different budget

scenarios.

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