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IBM Cognos TM1


The IBM Cognos TM1 product is a multidimensional solution for budgeting, planning, forecasting, consolidations, reporting, and analytics. TM1 allows organizations to continuously monitor and manage overall business performance. It integrates with Microsoft Excel, and enables users to perform agile, self-service analysis of large, highly complex, and rapidly changing data sets with real-time response. IBM Cognos TM1 Web is a Web-enabled front end that provides read, write, and what-if modeling capabilities. IBM Cognos TM1 Executive Viewer is an easy-to-use self-service reporting and analytics tool.

tm1  Cognos TM1 The IBM Cognos TM1 product is a multidimensional solution for budgeting, planning, forecasting, consolidations, reporting, and analytics. TM1 allows organizations to continuously monitor and manage overall business performance. It integrates with Microsoft Excel, and enables users to perform agile, self-service analysis of large, highly complex, and rapidly changing data sets with real-time response. IBM Cognos TM1 Web is a Web-enabled front end that provides read, write, and what-if Read More

Business Analytics for Manufacturing: Four Ways to Increase Efficiency and Performance


Find out how IBM Business Analytics software (Cognos, SPSS, TM1, etc.) is helping gain visibility into revenue and profitability performance, control costs, and manage complex supply chains.

tm1  Analytics software (Cognos, SPSS, TM1, etc.) is helping gain visibility into revenue and profitability performance, control costs, and manage complex supply chains. Read More

IBM Cognos TM1: Business Performance Management Competitor Analysis Report


Business performance management (BPM) enables organizations to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution, and provide insight needed to manage and improve financial and operational performance. This knowledge base covers scorecards, dashboards, business activity monitoring, and more.

tm1  Cognos TM1: Business Performance Management Competitor Analysis Report Business performance management (BPM) enables organizations to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution, and provide insight needed to manage and improve financial and operational performance. This knowledge base covers scorecards, dashboards, business activity monitoring, and more. Read More

Embracing Complexity: A Speedy Business Performance Management Solution


Applix is a leading business intelligence and performance management vendor for Global 2000 mid-market organizations. For users considering implementing a solution such as Applix TM1, it is vital to consider key TM1 modules and strengths, along with opportunities for improvement.

tm1  Applix released its first TM1 product, followed by five subsequent releases, which aimed at enhancing its capabilities for performance management, Microsoft Excel integration, 64-bit platform support, and complex analysis. The Applix focus is to drive operational performance management by investing heavily in its TM1 product line. Operational BI (OBI) and performance management software provide the necessary shift from the traditional backward-looking view of BI, towards a forward-looking approach. OBI Read More

Case Study: Blue Mountain Resort


Blue Mountain, Ontario’s largest mountain resort, needed a comprehensive software package to manage budgeting, consolidation, reporting, and forecasting. Its existing system was not automated and couldn’t handle all of the company’s data input. The new system, Cognos TM1, allows real-time adjustments to be made to schedules, budgets, and inventories, resulting in reduced costs. Find out about the other benefits.

tm1  The new system, Cognos TM1, allows real-time adjustments to be made to schedules, budgets, and inventories, resulting in reduced costs. Find out about the other benefits. Read More

Branding and Positioning: What’s the Difference? And Can You Afford It?


Understanding the difference between branding and positioning is especially important if you're involved in marketing B2B software. That difference can seriously impact the cost of marketing your software.

tm1  companies including Navision, Applix, TM1 Software, and Timeline. He can be reached at labinan@attglobal.net . His web site is www.messagesthatmatter.com . Read More

The Three Cs of Successful Positioning Part Two: The Channel


One of the most effective and efficient ways to develop a successful marketing position for B2B software is to begin with the sales channel, especially if you have limited time and resources.

tm1  companies including Navision, Applix, TM1 Software, and Timeline. He can be reached at labinan@attglobal.net . BEGINLYX Read More

Applix Still Shows a Presence in the OLAP Market


Applix Inc. has announced an agreement with Pelephone, Israel's second largest cellular network and handset supplier, to deliver its real-time, multi-dimensional On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) solution, iTM1 to analyze customer profiles for over 1.2 million Pelephone subscribers.

tm1  (OLAP) due to their TM1 (now called iTM1) product line. Applix acquired the Sinper Corporation in 1996, which at the time was operating under the name TM1. Applix controls the eighth largest percentage of the OLAP market, estimated by the OLAP Council to be approximately 3.1% in 1999. In the OLAP market, Applix competes with vendors such as Hyperion, Oracle, Cognos, Brio, and Business Objects. Microsoft is also quickly moving up the ranks with its OLAP Server, which is included with SQL Server 7 and SQL Read More

Role of In-memory Analytics in Big Data Analysis


Organizations today need to handle and manage increasingly large volumes of data in various formats and coming from disparate sources. Though the benefits to be gained from analysis of such big data are immense, so are the inherent challenges, including need for rapid analysis. In his article, TEC BI analyst Jorge García discusses how in-memory analytics helps address these challenges and reap the benefits hidden in big data.

tm1  Vendor PowerPivot Microsoft Cognos TM1 IBM Jedox OLAP Accelerator (GPU) Jedox WebFOCUS Visual Discovery Information Builders BIRT Data Objects and BIRT Data Analyzer Actuate Tableau Tableau Software Many products already incorporate in-memory technologies to provide fast data analysis and discovery. Some vendors even offer implementation of an in-memory database engine along with implementation of their products (e.g., QlikView, PowerPivot, Kognitio, Spotfire, and Tableau with its new in-memory engine). Read More

TEC 2015 Cloud BI and Analytics Buyer's Guide


After the advent of the Internet, "cloud computing" is perhaps the biggest trend in the recent history of the IT industry. Computing in the cloud has dramatically affected how organizations run their businesses, and has accelerated the emergence of innovative BI and analytics offerings, from efficient software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings to more robust solutions offered via a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) or infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).

This buyer’s guide provides an overview of the variety of cloud BI and analytics software offerings on the market and their main features and functions. Current market trends and case studies and thought leadership from some of the leading vendors in this software space are also included.

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Is There Much More (Pro)Clarity In Microsoft’s BI Strategy Now? - Part 2


Part 1 of this blog series presented Microsoft’s official position on its recent notable change in business intelligence (BI) product strategy, whereby the company is breaking apart the business performance management (BPM) family of products. To that end, Microsoft will include the monitoring and analytic functionality within Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, while seriously

tm1  Institute ,  IBM Cognos TM1  (formerly Applix ),  Infor PM (a combination of former Comshare and other acquired products), CorVu , and SAP Business Objects . Most of these products can be evaluated in depth in TEC ’s Business Performance Management Evaluation Center . Some observers might have seen the writing on the wall at the Microsoft BI Conference in the fall of 2008 , where the showcased deployments of Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server (MOPPS) were often limited to analytics , Read More

Positioning Starts With A Message Strategy


In business-to-business (B2B) software marketing, you'll get little debate about the importance of positioning. Yet few B2B software companies do it well, thus failing to set themselves apart from their competitors. There are many reasons for this void, and this column will help fill one big one by describing the business process of creating effective, compelling message strategies for your products or services.

tm1  companies including Navision, Applix, TM1 Software, and Timeline. He can be reached at labinan@attglobal.net . Read More

Positioning Makes Your Marketing Budget Go Further-and Hit the Target


Many business-to-business (B2B) software companies don't have a formal positioning process, and it's costing them time, money, and much more—a marketing message that misses the mark. This article explores the benefits of implementing a business process for positioning.

tm1  companies, including Navision, Applix, TM1 Software, and Timeline. He is a journalist by trade, and has more than fifteen years of executive management experience in the software industry. Lawson can be reached at labinan@attglobal.net or (1) (425) 688-0104 Read More