Mr. Schiff is a pioneer in the Business Performance Management space. As a founding member of IMRS/ Hyperion Software (which became Hyperion Solutions and is now part of Oracle) he helped create and define the space, known first as analytic applications, then Business Intelligence, and now BPM.
Mr. Schiff spent 16 years at Hyperion and as its Senior Vice President ran the 500 person Products and Services Group. Most recently he co-founded OutlookSoft (now part of SAP). While at OutlookSoft he was President and CEO and oversaw the delivery of the first unified, web-based Business Performance Management solution. Prior to Hyperion and OutlookSoft he project managed the custom development of financial reporting systems for customers of GE Information Services Company including American Express and AMF. Mr. Schiff has published dozens of articles, spoken at numerous BPM conferences to thousands of business leaders, appeared on WOR Weekend Business Report, and was interviewed by Al Haig on World Business Review. Currently Mr. Schiff contributes to several publications, is responsible for the BPM expert channel and blog on the Business Intelligence Network/ TechTarget, and develops the annual BPM Buyers Guide for Business Finance/ Industry Week. He is a recipient of the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. Mr. Schiff holds a B.S. from S.U.N.Y and an M.B.A. from Fordham University.