Budgeting Planning & Forecasting Archives – Page 9 of 14 – Revelwood Knowledge Center
Budgeting Planning & Forecasting Archives – Page 9 of 14 – Revelwood Knowledge Center

Did you know that you can easily synchronize your selectors with your IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) components? PAW allows you to synchronize your widgets to a selector or set of selectors. This ensures that a change in your selected elements impacts all of the widgets on your page. Synchronization is defined by clicking on the dashboard properties and selecting the option for “Synchronization scope.”   You will be given the option to synchronize items for the selected sheet or … Read More

Since our founding in 1995, Revelwood has been fiercely committed to working with what we believe to be the absolute best-in-class analytics technologies on the market. Despite overtures from many vendors in the space, we’ve always held to certain principles that dictate the vendors we choose to work with. When it comes to FP&A solutions, factors like ease-of-use, performance, breadth of functionality, scalability, vendor strength and product vision are paramount. We’re passionate about working with great products and want to … Read More

This is a guest blog post from Revelwood’s Nina Gordy.  Did you know there are a number of workarounds available for Excel functions that are not supported by TM1 Web? This blog post is the second in a series discussing these workarounds. Below, I’ll describe ways to accomplish the same results using functions that are compatible online.   Function: CELL Description: Returns information about the formatting, location, or contents of a cell Please note that workarounds only exist for some of the … Read More

Did you know that there are different ways to create selectors in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW)? TM1 Perspectives allows you to create selectors via the SUBNM formula. This approach offers an easy way to create a selectable list on a report or input template, but it requires some training to learn how to create and manipulate the formula. PAW allows users to more easily create selectors by simply dragging items onto the screen via a “selector widget.” This is … Read More

Each year BPM Partners releases its Business Performance Management (BPM) vendor landscape report. According to the firm, the purpose of the report is to “provide a point-in-time snapshot of all the core players, their status in the market, and the focus of their offerings.” This year’s report found “cloud momentum picked up with the vast majority of vendors seeing their cloud version account for the bulk of their sales.” The report also states that the “focus on the customer has … Read More

This is a guest blog post from Revelwood’s Shane Bethea. Did you know that you can use the IBM Planning Analytics for Excel (PAx) Set Editor to create dynamic sets to be used in a view? This can be accomplished by using the ‘Search available members’ bar in the set editor. I will use the bpmAccount dimension in this example. Start by opening the set editor in PAx. Right click the bpmAccount dimension (or click the drop down arrow by … Read More


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