QueBIT Blog: The Golden Era of Analytics

Posted by: Erik Herman Jan 31, 2019 10:16:00 AM
Cognos Analytics 11.1, augmented intelligence, advanced and embedded analytics, and beyond! The golden era of analytics is upon us; smarter systems, augmented with artificial intelligence, capable of... Read More

QueBIT Blog: Worried about Errors in your Financial Reports? Start by quantifying the problem

Posted by Ann-Grete Tan

Google “Accounting Scandals” and you will find plenty of Top 5 and Top 10 lists that include companies like Waste Management (1998), Enron (2001) and Tyco (2002). These are famous examples where top executives were caught committing fraud, and were punished with fines and prison time.

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Topics: CDM

QueBIT Blog: IBM Planning Analytics (PA) Upgrade and Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) Tips & Tricks Webinar Follow Up

Posted by Andrew Leighton

On December 13, 2018, Brian Moore and Colin MacDonald from QueBIT conducted a public Advanced Topics webinar on the subject of IBM Planning Analytics and Planning Analytics Workspace. The webinar covered information about upgrading from older versions of IBM Cognos TM1, as well as Tips and Tricks on how to make the most of the new features.


Watch it now!

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QueBIT Blog: IBM Cognos Analytics 11.1 - Be boundless data explorers!

Posted by Erik Herman

IBM wants you (at least 60% of you anyway) to be boundless data explorers. They want you to fearlessly, confidently, and proactively plan, describe, diagnose, predict, and prescribe (actions) based on your organizations' information. They want you to seamlessly move from data prep, to modeling, to reporting and dashboarding, to dare I say, predictive analytics.

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Topics: Cognos Analytics

QueBIT Blog: Be an Innovator by implementing Report Bursting for Planning Analytics

Posted by Andrew Weiss

As professionals the exciting and fun part of our jobs is identifying and solving a great challenge that helps drive our business and make us better. However the daily grind keeps us from finding the time and energy needed to be innovative and forward looking.  Personally as a software engineer I look to automate every non-fun part of my job (and my life) so I can focus as much effort as possible on solving these challenges and feeling the reward for doing so.  Automation brings scalability, consistency, maintainability and definition to the things we do.  I could come home at the end of the day and say “I spent the day building personalized reports for all 100 of our business leaders today”, only to have to say it again next month.  Or I could come home and say “I spent the day building a system to send reports to business leaders and it doesn’t care how many of them there are”.  Clearly the latter is the leader, the innovator and the one who’s going to make a difference. We built ReportWORQ to enable you to build a system and make that difference. 

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QueBIT Blog: Data Warehouse versus Data Lake– Building a Data Warehouse (Part Two)

Posted by Keith Hollen

In my previous post, Data Warehouse versus Data Lake – The What and the Why (Part one), I discussed the differences between data lakes and data warehouses and when you would use each pattern. In this post I’ll discuss, at a high level, an iterative process for building a data warehouse.

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Topics: Data warehouse, Data Lake

QueBIT Blog: Drill-Through Functionality in Dashboards

Posted by Mike Zill

The Dashboard tool in Cognos Analytics 11.0.12 now has the capability of drilling-through to reports, enabling integration between dashboards and reports, and thus access to more detailed information from high-level dashboards.

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Topics: Cognos Analytics

QueBIT Blog: Data Warehouse versus Data Lake – The What and the Why (Part 1)

Posted by Keith Hollen

How many projects have you been involved with where you told your business partner you have all the data they need, only to find out the data is far from complete or not in a form they can use? How many deadlines are missed as a result? How does this impact your relationship with other parts of your organization?

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QueBIT Blog: Upgrading from Cognos Planning to IBM Planning Analytics #4

Posted by Gary Quirke

Blog #4: The six best things from a CFO’s Perspective.

As the CFO, maybe you have been happy with Cognos Planning (CP), or maybe you have not.  Maybe you are aware of the end user and administrator issues with CP, or maybe you are not.  Maybe you prefer being slow to adopt newer technology, or maybe you are not.  Either way to any of these questions, here are six main reasons why you, as the CFO, should upgrade to PA as a no-brainer decision:

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QueBIT Blog: Upgrading from Cognos Planning to IBM Planning Analytics #3

Posted by Gary Quirke

Blog#3: The six best things from an Administrator’s Perspective.

Cognos Planning (formally known as Adaytum Planning) has had a good run, but the state-of-the-art solution, with respect to planning and forecasting systems, has moved on since the early 1990s. Today, we have higher expectations, including:

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Topics: Planning, planning analytics, Planning Analytics Workspace

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