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KPI Partners Named to Inc. 5000

Minneapolis, MN, August 23, 2012 --(PR.com)-- KPI Partners, a a strategic data and business intelligence consultancy, today announced that the company was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 list, a compendium of the most entrepreneurial and fastest growing companies in America. This is the company’s first year appearing on the list.

KPI Partners has provided strategic consulting, training, and systems implementation services to an impressive list of clients including Wells Fargo, Sapient, McDonald's Royal Caribbean Cruises, Progressive, Amazon.com, Oracle, NYU Medical, Qualcomm, and Cox Communications. A robust list of clients and detailed case studies can be found at http://www.kpipartners.com/about/clients/.

Co-founder Sid Goel commented on the award: “We are thrilled to have been named by Inc. Magazine as one of the nation’s top entrepreneurial companies. KPI Partners continues to differentiate ourselves as a leader in our space, delivering superior customer care to all of our valued customers and technology services designed around transforming data into insight.” Goel continued, “I thank all of our KPI team members, customers, and partners who are the keys to our success.”



KPI Partners placed #57 in the fastest growing companies in the San Francisco Metro Area, with an extraordinary three year growth rate of 202% – a statistic that excites Goel. “Business intelligence has become an integral part of any organization,” he continues, “and companies like KPI who deliver solutions that solve problems and provide insight for fact-based decision making will have a dramatic growth story for years to come.”



KPI Partners will celebrate with clients, partners, and friends during the KPI Partners Appreciation Event during Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco on September 30th.

Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found at Inc.com.

About KPI Partners

KPI Partners is the most experienced Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) and Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) systems implementation partner. Service offerings include consulting services, training, and exclusive pre-built analytical applications. As an Oracle Partner, the experts at KPI Partners have successfully completed the most complex implementations of Oracle BI and EPM in the world. Along the way, KPI has been honored with the Oracle Titan Award, the Oracle Excellence Award, and as the Oracle Partner of the Year. Find them at kpipartners.com.

Contact Information:
KPI Partners
Jeremiah Johnson
(510) 818-9480
Contact via Email
www.kpipartners.com

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