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Pilot Software

Pilot Software, Inc. is a long-time United States business intelligence vendor that now focuses on operational performance management. Pilot, headquartered in Mountain View, California and Cambridge, Massachusetts, became an independent company in 2002. The company has more than 300 customers, including GSA, Sears, Health Net, and Sarasota County, Florida.

SAP AG acquired Pilot Software in February 2007 and Pilot Software's product, PilotWorks, has been rebranded SAP Strategy Management.


In 1986, Pilot built the first client/server EIS system. The next year, the company's technologies were adapted by Analog Devices to form the first “Balanced scorecard” implementation.

Pilot has garnered the largest deployments of performance management in both commercial organizations and in the United States federal market.

On February 20, 2007, Pilot announced that it was being acquired by SAP AG. The deal price was not disclosed.[1]


Pilot was recognized by Intelligent Enterprise magazine as a 2006 Company to Watch. The company has also been praised by Ventana Research.


  1. ^ "SAP Strengthens Leadership in Analytic Applications Market with Acquisition of Pilot Software". 
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