Revelwood, Author at Revelwood Knowledge Center – Page 2 of 8
Revelwood, Author at Revelwood Knowledge Center – Page 2 of 8

IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series This is a guest post from Revelwood’s Nina Gordy Did you know there are several benefits to using hierarchies in IBM Planning Analytics? Hierarchies are one of the additional features available in Planning Analytics. The main benefit of hierarchies is that they enable users to see alternative data rollups in the same view. There are several reasons to take advantage of this new approach to interacting with your data. Hierarchies can improve query … Read More


This is a guest blog post from Rob Hull, founder, Adaptive Insights Scramble like hell to pull together a budget. Execute against that budget regardless of changes in the business. Repeat the budget scramble in 12 months. If your corporate planning process still looks like this, then you’re likely stuck in static planning. By that I mean a planning, reporting, and analytics process that’s siloed, largely manual, almost always built around spreadsheets, and constrained by limited insights into the operations … Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series This is a guest blog post from Revelwood’s Jay Apwah. Did you know that you can access Planning Analytics Virtual Hierarchies in Cognos Analytics? Prior to Planning Analytics 2.0 (PA) and Cognos Analytics 11.0.6 (CA) the limiting factor in reporting cube design was related to product limitations that existed in CA at the time. In order to use level-based or relative functions in CA, one had to name the levels of the reporting … Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series This is a guest post from Revelwood’s Shane Bethea. Did you know there is a new interface in IBM Planning Analytics? You may have used TM1Top or TM1 Operations Console in the past with TM1 and wondered if something new replaced those tools in Planning Analytics. The answer is yes. The new interface that has been introduced in Planning Analytics called Planning Analytics Administration (PAA). It is accessible to administrators via PA Workspace … Read More


This is a guest post from Revelwood’s Shane Bethea. Did you know there’s an easy way to create buttons that allow your users to switch sheets in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW)? For example, you’ve created multiple sheets in a PAW book and want to give your users the ability to switch back and forth between the different sheets. One simple way to do this is to create buttons on each sheet that point to other sheets. To do this, … Read More


This is a guest post from Revelwood’s Shane Bethea. Did you know IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) has a new feature that lets you easily duplicate sheets? Have you ever created a template or dashboard in PAW and thought, “This is a great format. I wish I could quickly replicate this sheet to show several different views of the same information?” PAW has a great feature called ‘Duplicate’ that will allow you to duplicate a sheet as many times as … Read More


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