Revelwood Knowledge Center – Page 3 of 30 – Analytics that impact.
Revelwood Knowledge Center – Page 3 of 30 – Analytics that impact.

This is a guest blog post from Revelwood’s Shane Bethea. TM1 customers worldwide are upgrading and migrating to IBM Planning Analytics. Regardless of where you are in your upgrade or migration process, there’s a very important point you should know: you will not lose Perspectives or TM1Web when you upgrade or migrate. IBM Planning Analytics comes with new interfaces, features and functionality that can eventually replace Perspectives and TM1Web. These are Planning Analytics for Excel (PAx) and Planning Analytics Workspace … Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series Did you know IBM Planning Analytics Workspace allows you to add comments to your data set? During both planning and reporting cycles, many clients often ask how they can add comments into their data set. After all, the goal of a Planning Analytics database is to have a single source of data … both numeric and text. Planning Analytics Workspace allows you to insert comments into your explorations quickly and easily. Step 1: … Read More


Seems simple enough, right? Not by a long shot. One of the two big C’s you must be prepared to facilitate is Change (Communication is the second one). I love change. I’m not talking about change simply for the sake of change. We all know there is enough of that. I’m referring to the change that comes about once you recognize that something is missing from your processes. When you realize there is a better, more efficient way to achieve your goals, step up and make the change happen. Be a Change Agent. Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series This is a guest post from Revelwood’s Shane Bethea. Did you know that there is a new way to edit object settings in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW)? The Settings editor is new for PAW and gives the system administrator a clear, easy to use interface to modify attributes, security, and properties for objects such as cubes, dimensions, processes, and chores (where applicable). In the background, the Settings editor is still modifying entries … Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series This is a guest post from Revelwood’s Shane Bethea. Did you know that you can quickly and easily create a new time dimension in the Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) Dimension editor? The following steps will automatically create a time dimension with a standard hierarchy and pre-populated set of attributes in a matter of seconds. To create your time dimension using the PAW Dimension editor, simply right click Dimensions in the left hand navigation … Read More


FP&A Done Right Series “That’s the way we’ve always done it.” “I don’t know, we just send it to them every month.” AHHHHHH! Stop it!  When I get that response; it is like fingernails on a chalk board to me. It sends shivers up and down my spine. FP&A needs to add value at every step of the process. Focus on the up- and down-stream impacts of everything you do and make sure you understand the intent behind what you … Read More


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