Comparing Scenarios in IBM Planning Analytics

By John Leahy Creating multiple scenarios to understand the financial and operational impact of changes to internal and external factors is critical to effective decision-making. IBM Planning Analytics makes it easy for users to create as many of their own scenarios as they like and then compare those scenarios side-by-side. In the example below, we…

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Self-Service Dashboards in IBM Planning Analytics

By John Leahy Creating a dashboard in IBM Planning Analytics is designed to be easy enough for casual users to build their own dashboards and share them with other users. Dashboards can be created by clicking on the “New” button in the center of the workspace. Then the user can create a new book from…

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Implementing TM1 Email Notifications in a Day

by Todd Galuska, eCapital Advisors One request I often get from clients is to have email notifications for TI Processes so administrators are notified when an error occurs. With the introduction of PowerShell, email notifications can be completed with a minimal amount of time and effort. To setup email notifications on your TI Processes you…

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IBM Planning Analytics TurboIntegrator Debugger Tool is Now Available

Anyone who has ever worked in TM1, specifically a TurboIntegrator (TI) process, knows that trying to diagnose issues with a data loading process can be problematic. It is hard to know if the issue lies in the underlying data, or if there is something is wrong with the coding in the TI process. Many of us developers…

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The End of the Time Scale Debate

By Brady Marr Senior Director, TM1 Practice eCapital Advisors For as long as I have been working in cube-based (OLAP) software, there has been a long running debate about whether to build your cube with a single continuous time dimension, or rather to separate into a Month dimension and a Year dimension. To describe the…

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