PAfE: IBM Planning Analytics for Excel

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IBM Planning Analytics for Excel (PAfE) is a Microsoft Excel add-in that empowers users to build sophisticated reports and perform ad-hoc analysis using real-time Planning Analytics data. The add-in offers five unique report types for users to create.

The Business Benefits of TM1py

TM1py Business Benefits

TM1py enables IBM Planning Analytics users to do more with their data than ever before by leveraging Python’s abilities, expanding on IBM’s TurboIntegrator functionality, and integrating with previously incompatible systems.

Sustainability Performance Management: Helping Progress Your ESG Goals!

Sustainability Performance Management

Supporting environmental, social, and governance issues has quickly transformed from a nicety to a nonnegotiable aspect of any company. For example, 49% of global consumers paid a premium for products branded as sustainable in just the last 12 months.

If you want your company to be a leader in Sustainability, investing in Sustainability Performance Management tools is a crucial starting point.

Cloud Enterprise Performance Management: Data41’s EPM Foundation Approach

Cloud Enterprise Performance Management

Cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) When embarking on a cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) project, it is important to recognize the history of the space, where it has grown from, and where it is headed. It is currently in a mature phase of its life cycle. This maturity is not a bell curve like traditional […]

The Top 10 Business Analytics Terms You Should Know

Business Analytics Terms

The Top 10 Business Analytics Terms You Should Know These are the Top 10 Business Analytics Terms you should know. Why are they important? Because understanding these terms will influence the way you look at data and the information you glean from it. Relating these terms to your business will bring more value to your […]

Business Intelligence Objectives: Get the Most Out of Your Data

Business Intelligence Objectives

Business Intelligence Objectives: Get the Most Out of Your Data It’s important to have goals. In your personal life, in your professional life, in a business plan, and even in an analytical solution, goals are essential. They trigger new behaviors, help guide your focus, and help sustain momentum. That’s why business intelligence objectives are vital […]

Big Data Analytics: Where Chaos Meets Order

Big Data Analytics

You know those days of COVID where you got all dolled up and rocked an awesome outfit…but you never left the house, so no one saw how good you looked? Well, it’s the same concept with unstructured big data. There’s a runway-ready outfit hiding somewhere in that mountain of big data that might never get […]

S&OP Software Is the Key To A Winning Playbook

S&OP Software

The Football Analogy Your business is a football game. Before the start of every game, the coaches devise a plan comprised of different plays, offensive and defensive, to beat the competition. This plan is your budget. As the game advances, the other team will execute plays and throw curveballs that you weren’t prepared for. To […]

Cloud Business Intelligence Gives You An Innovative Edge

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If you think Cloud Business Intelligence is just business intelligence hosted on the cloud…you are correct! What’s the fuss about “The Cloud?” “The Cloud” is a hot new trend, but it’s not like shoulder pads, or chunky belts, or mullets… it’s here to stay. If you use applications like Google Docs or Dropbox, then you’re […]

Demand Planning and Forecasting Is Key to Customer Satisfaction

Demand Planning and Forecasting

What is Demand Planning and Forecasting? Demand planning and forecasting is the process of predicting customer demand for products or services to ensure delivery, completion, and ultimately customer satisfaction. The Restaurant Analogy Think of it like running a restaurant. We’ll call our restaurant Dinner41. By implementing demand planning and forecasting, Dinner41 can better prepare for […]

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