We are excited to release the TM1Py Post Training Insight, Making TM1 applications faster and lighter
Check out the insight to learn more on:
– The three key principles that an IBM Planning Analytics powered by TM1 (TM1) developer needs to keep in mind when building TM1 applications. – Tuning your TM1 application – Understanding cube optimization – Optimizing cubes for performance and memory – Getting started with OptimusPy
We are excited to bring back Horizon, the biggest knowledge-sharing event dedicated to IBM Planning Analytics/TM1!🎉
Save the date! Tuesday 17th October, beginning at 9 am, Sydney Time, and following the sun across the globe over 24 hours!
More on the agenda will be revealed in the coming months, however, we guarantee that you will learn: – insights from IBM – new models companies have implemented from across different industries – interesting discoveries that experts have come across
Don’t miss your opportunity to influence the agenda! Submit your topic suggestions today. Follow us on LinkedIn to get the latest news on the conference.
Have you ever wondered what happened in your applications in the last few minutes? Or even over the last few days?
Perhaps you want to know who was logged in this morning or how much memory was used last night.
All of these questions can help you better understand how your IBM Planning Analytics (TM1) system is being utilized. The good news … all of the answers can be found with Pulse.
Rewind the state of your application with Pulse, presented by Vincent Viau at Horizon 2022.
Meet Andrew, Cubewise North America’s Regional Director. He went from working with the biggest light source in the solar system to having his lightbulb moment with TM1. Originally hailing from the Office of Finance in a big solar panel manufacturer, to becoming a TM1 adept and advocate.
One of the most exciting aspects of the FP&A industry is that it’s constantly evolving. As we wander through this jungle of data, trying to find our way home, there are a million paths that we can take – each of which delivers different aspects of what can make our businesses tick. There is a wealth of information, resources, events, and thought leadership out there that aims to help you make the most of these developments along your planning and analytics journey.
However, none of this can come to bear unless it trickles down throughout the organisation to help the people who are actually doing the work.
Despite the most obvious one: CTRL+SPACE (to access your variables, snippets, and functions) you’ll find that your development can get a lot faster if you utilize some of the keyboard shortcuts that Arc offers.
At Apliqo, the team is always pushing themselves to stay on the cutting edge of planning and analytics so that they can help clients optimise their processes and ultimately arrive at better decisions. As a result, when they saw that BARC had released their ‘Data, BI, and Analytics Trend Monitor’ report for 2023, they thought that they would highlight some of the key trends identified there and delve into what it means for companies who are striving to make the most of their company data.
Here are five of the trends that stood out for the Apilqo team: – Data quality management – Data-driven culture – Self-service analytics – Cloud for data and analytics – Decision automation
Version 4.1 introduces several new features to improve the quality and accuracy of your code.
With Arc connected to Pulse, you now have the ability to compare dimensions and validate your code against your best practice rules on an individual rule or process. For more information on connecting Arc to Pulse, please see the article: Connecting Arc to Pulse.
In addition, the new Arc Assistant brings the power of AI to help you understand and improve your code.
Version 4.1.0 also includes a large number of interface improvements, enhancements, and fixes.
Check this article from the Code team to learn more on: – What’s new in Arc+ – What’s new in Arc and Slice – A complete list of all enhancements and fixes
Features that are new in IBM® Planning Analytics with Watson™.
Read about what’s new or updated in IBM® Planning Analytics and components that are installed with Planning Analytics, such as TM1® Server, TM1 Web, TM1 Performance Modeler, and TM1 Architect. Some updates affect only IBM Planning Analytics Local.
IBM® Planning Analytics Local version 22.214.171.124 and the cloud release of IBM Planning Analytics version 126.96.36.199 include updates for IBM TM1® Server version 11.8.20.
IBM Planning Analytics version 188.8.131.52 includes numerous improvements and defect fixes, but does not include new features.
Planning Analytics Workspace
Find out what’s new or changed in the most recent release of IBM® Planning Analytics Workspace. The new features described here always reflect the full capabilities of Planning Analytics Workspace on cloud.
Target selection design and usability improvements The target selection option is now available on the toolbar. Previously, the Target selecting toggle was available on the view grid. You can now also enable target selection mode with the keyboard shortcut F7.
Manage cell security with a more flexible control cube structure Previously, a cell security control cube contained all dimension from the data cube, plus the }Groups dimension. In Planning Analytics Workspace 2.0.87, you can select which dimensions to include in a cell security control cube, which can make it easier to manage security.
Aligning releases for IBM Planning Analytics components To simplify and align IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel releases with those across IBM Planning Analytics Workspace, IBM is labeling its next Planning Analytics for Excel release as IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel 2.0.87.