Webinar: Recommended Practices for IBM Planning Analytics multi-thread process orchestration.
In this webinar Cubewise will demonstrate how to track a series of processes, orchestrated automatically and sequentially, without overlap, while storing relevant information useful for performance testing and enhancement. Sep 23
Webinar: Smart approaches to cost allocations in IBM Planning Analytics. See Revelwood’s examples of allocation approaches their clients use in IBM Planning Analytics and learn what new reports and analyses can be created. Sep 29
Webinar: Agility and Visibility through Better Supply Chain Planning and xP&A. Our partner Quebit will share how the best companies are integrating financial forecasting with supply chain planning using IBM Planning Analytics and Extended Planning and Analysis (xP&A). Oct 14Tech Corner
Planning Analytics on Cloud customers can now create, rename and delete TM1 databases by using Workspace Administration. You no longer need to submit a support ticket for any of these TM1 database operations, but you must be using the Planning Analytics Workspace new interface, which is also referred to as New Experience. You can read about these features here
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See how Declan Rodger has developed some good practices on how to use the Expand function. If you have long-running TI processes that use Expand on large volumes of data, a long time user and partner, Declan Rodger, would certainly suggest doing some trial and error testing to see whether getting rid can win your users back some time. Read the blog on the PA Community here
From Revelwood: Planning Analytics Workspace Explorations, Row & Column Headers. Visualizations are used to provide an easy understanding of large data sets. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words. However, what happens when you want to see the intricate details of your numbers? This is where IBM Planning Analytics Workspace explorations come into the picture. Read the article by Lee Lazarow