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We hope you enjoyed Virtual User Group Day on May 19! If you missed it, not to worry—you can still watch sessions on demand . This event was held in partnership with IBM User Group Days 2020, with a goal of helping our users be ready for anything with AI-infused planning, forecasting and business intelligence. As a follow-on to this first of its kind digital event, Planning Analytics and Cognos are launching a new weekly webinar series designed to keep you informed about our latest features and updated on how our solutions can make your lives easier. And we’ve got a lot more in store for you. Join us to go even deeper on the latest updates from Planning ...
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Our first virtual Community Day was a great success! Brought to you by IBM User Group Days 2020 , the event held on May 19 included 10+ Planning Analytics and Cognos sessions from roadmaps to client stories and product enhancements. Community Day was established to help our users engage with offering management, get involved in our development process, and stay up to date on the latest product innovations so you can be ready for anything with AI-infused planning, forecasting and business intelligence. All the sessions are now available on demand for you to view through mid-August. Surviving in an environment of disruption depends on your ability ...
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With billions of passengers per year, Deutsche Bahn is one of the largest railway operators around — not just in its native Germany, but across Europe and beyond. With major businesses in logistics and freight as well, the company relies on IBM Planning Analytics to get a 360-degree view of its data, detect warning signals of problems earlier, and make decisions to address them faster. IBM Planning Analytics is a critical reporting tool for Jakob Feldhusen, Deutsche Bahn’s Head of Systems and Processes, and Christoph Paul, tasked with digital reporting and innovation. Feldhusen, who is responsible for the company’s ...
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Marketing is a field that requires constant upgrading. Without these constant upgrading, marketing cannot survive, let alone thrive. You get lazy for one day and the entire strategy suffers. Sometimes it takes minute-by-minute updates. In marketing, you always have to be alert. Anything could happen at any moment. Given the delicacy of the matter, it is always advisable to be on guard, always be highly active so that you can get the desired results. If you are currently running a small business, you have definitely experienced the struggle of keeping up with the marketing tasks – small or big. What if there was a cost-effective method to handle minor marketing ...
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