Budgeting Archives – Page 2 of 20 – Revelwood Knowledge Center
Budgeting Archives – Page 2 of 20 – Revelwood Knowledge Center

IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series Did you know there are two different ways to stop a TurboIntegrator script? The ProcessBreak command stops processing source data and proceeds directly to the Epilog.  This approach allows you still run code in the Epilog that can perform tasks such as deleting subsets, writing to a process tracking cube, or running other processes. Here is an example of skipping the data and metadata section if a parameter called pVersion does not exist: … Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series Did you know there are two different ways to skip specific records when you are running TurboIntegrator scripts? ItemSkip is used to skip a specific record. This is often nested within an IF statement and used when you want to simply ignore a record. Here is an example of skipping a record if a variable called vValue is negative:             IF ( vValue < 0 );                  ITEMSKIP;             ENDIF; As you … Read More


BPM Partners’ BPM Pulse Survey is in its 16th year, and yet again Revelwood partners Adaptive Insights and IBM have both earned high ratings in the annual survey of business performance management vendors. General Trends in the Business Performance Management Market According to Craig Schiff of BPM Partners, the survey revealed that users of performance management systems are primarily looking for three main features when they evaluate BPM solutions: Ease of use; Performance and scalability; and A single user interface … Read More


This is a guest blog post from Revelwood’s Nina Gordy. Did you know IBM Planning Analytics hierarchies are used to see alternative data rollups in the same view? By default, all dimensions include a single hierarchy based on the original definition. Read More


This is a guest blog post by Revelwood’s Nina Gorday. Did you know it is best practice to maintain a hierarchy in Planning Analytics via TurboIntegrator (TI) process whenever possible? There are five key functions that can be used to do so. Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series Did you know there are some easy approaches to troubleshooting IBM Planning Analytics for Excel (PAx)? Given that PAx is an Excel add-in, sometimes things go wrong. Do you know the basic steps to take when a user says that PAx isn’t working for them? We at Revelwood have often seen two primary issues that appear at our clients: The “IBM Planning Analytics” ribbon doesn’t show up A user can connect in, but … Read More


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