Host Analytics has added three significant partnerships within its channel to accelerate growth internationally. It has added RSM in the UK, Satori Group in Australia, and Altron Karabina in South Africa.
Ron Baden, chief executive officer of Host Analytics commented: “Today more than ever, the planning, budgeting, and forecasting demands of businesses require nimble and flexible solutions. We’ve aligned ourselves with three great partners in key international markets to continue our strong global sales momentum while maintaining a stellar customer experience. These new relationships will provide more organisations with the tools and expertise they need to truly accelerate the evolution of finance.”
RSM is a leading provider of audit, tax and consulting services with 3,800 employees in the UK alone. It has a significant technology consultancy arm with agreements that include Microsoft and NetSuite. It also has specialist corporate performance management consultancy practise.
Satori Group is a specialist consulting firm focusing on Auditing Analytics, Continuous Control Monitoring, Compliance and Audit Management, Data Visualisation Dashboards, and Budgeting, Forecasting and Reporting. With offices in Australia and New Zealand it operates across the South Pacific Islands and India
Karabina is a leading consultancy firm in South Africa. With two offices in South Africa, it has customers across Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Historically is has also supported Vena Solutions and it will be interesting how it manages both EPM solutions.
Enterprise Times: What does this mean
These are significant partner wins for Host Analytics as they are all significant consulting firms. Especially RSM in the UK. RSM is part of a global network and success there may lead to other relationships. Having been acquired by Vector Capital earlier this year these relationships should deliver a strong boost to revenues in 2019. Host Analytics also indicated that more partnerships will follow as it looks to expand internationally.