We have added another date to meet the demand for this well-attended series of webinars.
Join us on 20 April to learn about IBM Planning Analytics and how to migrate from TM1/Cognos Express. We shall discuss and demonstrate:
⚫ The new Planning Analytics Workspace
⚫ Other new and enhanced functionality
⚫ Differences between Local and Cloud versions
⚫ Licence considerations
Public sector bodies and not-for-profit organisations wishing to improve their budgeting, planning and financial reporting processes need look no further than IBM Planning Analytics – TM1 On Cloud – available from 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. InfoCat is the sole supplier of IBM Planning Analytics on G-Cloud.
IBM Planning Analytics Local, the on-premises version of 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.
Formerly Cognos Express, this is the affordable way to license TM1, BI, Controller and CDM for mid-market companies and departmental deployments in larger enterprises.
Planning Analytics has been available for over a year, first on the cloud as "Software as a Service" (SaaS) and, since December 2016, "On Premises"...
Prospective customers sometimes ask about fixed-price contracts, believing this will give them certainty and remove any risk associated with the project...
There is a good article published today on thought leadership site The IT Insider - "Budgeting in the Cloud". They have really hit the key points, very succinctly, on why organisations are making...
"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"