Public sector bodies and not-for-profit organisations wishing to adopt IBM Planning Analytics – TM1 On Cloud – to meet their budgeting, planning and financial reporting requirements can do so from 1 August through InfoCat on the UK Government G-Cloud Digital Marketplace.
The service delivered through G-Cloud provides a managed, governed, secure environment for all planning, analysis and reporting processes. IBM Planning Analytics on G-Cloud is only available through InfoCat.
TM1 customers need to be aware that their systems will stop working on Nov 24 2016 (GMT) when the default (1024-bit) SSL certificates expire. IBM plan to issue patches to replace the certificates, or you can repoint your environment to use the (installed) 2048-bit certificates. IBM do not patch unsupported versions so you may need to move up to a supported version.
IBM Cognos TM1 can transform your planning cycle, from target setting and budgeting to reporting, scorecarding, analysis and forecasting.
IBM Planning Analytics delivers a complete cloud planning solution bringing powerful analytics, forecasting and what-if analysis into everyday decision-making processes.
The affordable way to license Cognos TM1, BI, Controller and CDM for mid-market companies and departmental deployments in larger enterprises.
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"We estimate that we are saving three days
of work at month end"
"InfoCat proved a real asset on the project"
"Our partnership has been instrumental in
achieving our planning and forecasting goals"