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QueBIT Blog: Mastering Model Design in IBM Planning Analytics: Unlocking the Potential for Informed Decision-Making

Posted by: Justin Croft Aug 30, 2023 10:00:00 AM
In the ever-evolving landscape of finance, organizations are constantly on the lookout for powerful planning solutions that can streamline their processes, integrate data seamlessly, and provide... Read More

QueBIT Blog: The CFOs Role in Workforce Planning

Posted by Dan Barrett

In most organizations people are the biggest cost and certainly are its biggest asset. 

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Topics: Planning, Finance, fpaweek, Pigment

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 analytics, Planning, Planning Analytics Workspace

QueBIT Blog: 5 Reasons You Should Upgrade to Planning Analytics Now!

Posted by Andrew Leighton

If you are still using TM1 10.2.2 (or an older version), there are a lot of compelling reasons to upgrade to IBM Planning Analytics (TM1 11).

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Topics: planning analytics, Planning, Planning Analytics Workspace

QueBIT Blog: Financial Consolidation with Planning Analytics (TM1)

Posted by Sarah Milius

If you know TM1 you already know it is great at aggregating lots of data and doing complex calculations in real time.  But did you realize that those same capabilities make it an excellent tool for financial consolidation?  As accountants well know, consolidation is more than simple summation. It requires the additional steps of currency translation (with all its subtleties including calculating the cumulative translation adjustment due to certain balances being kept at historic exchange rates and the income statement being converted at the average rate for the period), and other consolidation adjustments such as inter-company eliminations, and eliminating minority interests. All this needs to be done under tight controls and with waterproof audit trails. 

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Topics: planning analytics, Financial Consolidations, Planning

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