Budgeting Planning & Forecasting Archives – Page 7 of 7 – Revelwood Knowledge Center
Budgeting Planning & Forecasting Archives – Page 7 of 7 – Revelwood Knowledge Center

This is a guest post from Revelwood’s Susan Musselman.  Did you know you can easily reset cube logging in TM1? A previous tech tip was written to discuss when to enable and disable logging. As stated in that posting, it is best practice to turn cube logging off while processing TurboIntegrator processes. Typically, logging is turned off in the Prolog and turned back on in the Epilog. But if an error occurs when the process is run, it never reaches the … Read More


This is a guest blog post by Revelwood’s Nicole Frigo. Did you know that IBM Planning Analytics for Excel (PAx) gives you the ability to use an asymmetrical approach that allows you to display combinations of elements without the repetition? IBM Cognos TM1 and IBM Planning Analytics gives you the ability to quickly create views of your existing data.  The views are symmetrical, which means that any rows or columns that contain multiple elements will include all possible combinations of … Read More


Do you consider yourself an outstanding TM1 expert? Do you thrive on solving complex business problems and delving into what makes businesses tick? Are you looking for your next role to be part of a top-notch, award-winning team? Then you might be the perfect fit for our open position of TM1 Senior Consultant. If you’re not familiar with Revelwood, here’s a quick snapshot –We’re the most established, successful and fastest-growing IBM Business Partner focused on business analytics. We have more … Read More


Recently I had the opportunity to hear my CEO, Ken Wolf, speak at the New Jersey Chapter of Financial Executive Internationals on the much debated topic of rolling forecasts. A former accountant, self-proclaimed rolling forecast advocate, and CEO of a performance management software company, I knew this topic was quite familiar to him. As the members of FEI gathered at their Morristown, NJ headquarters for the April peer-to-peer breakfast forum, I had a feeling that this morning’s session was going … Read More


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