ANN ARBOR — GPX Software LLC announced a marketing alliance with to promote a new business intelligence tool specifically designed for the small business market.

The suite of tools, dubbed “Xambrosius” after Merlin’s surname, is a pre-programmed, menu driven, cloud based financial planning and analytics suite.

Xambrosius is designed and priced specifically for the needs of small businesses and small business service providers. By partnering with, whose clientele is comprised largely of small businesses that are analyzing compensation for prospective employees, GPX hopes to find an audience for its new set of Business Intelligence tools.

By streamlining the financial-planning process with pre-programmed plug-and-play models, Xambrosius provides affordable, time-saving, integrated BI tools for small business managers, accountants, bankers and other professionals.

Xambrosius offers a complete suite of business-planning,analysis, and performance-testing features to provide the best financial guidance possible, including:
* Balance sheets
* Income statements
* Cash flow statements
* Time stamped audit trail of any added or changed data
* Interactive capture of assumptions to track the original and iterative model changes
* Comparative stress testing using data from over 16,000 private and public companies

GPX Software is a supplier of business intelligence tools designed for small businesses. Founded in 2009, GPX’s mission for Xambrosius is to enable small businesses to leverage their existing infrastructure and achieve organizational efficiency through the powerful combination of analysis, insight and collaboration. Xambrosius is BI for the Little Guy.

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Founded in 1999, provides compensation and human resource management systems in the United States as software as a service. The company’s services primarily are used by compensation professionals and small business owners for compensation planning. was acquired in 2010 by Kenexa Corp. (Nasdaq: KNXA) and operates out of offices in Waltham, Mass.


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