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Srinivas STP

Srinivas STP
Srinivas is TM1 Consultant at Octane Software Solutions and has over 12 years’ experience in Data Warehousing, OLAP & Business Analytics dealing with Hyperion Suite, Cognos BI, ODI and OBIEE technologies. Srini has worked with Credit Suisse Bank, Deutche Bank, Citi Bank, Oracle financial services, McAfee and HCL Technologies before joining Octane.

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Predictive & Prescriptive Analytics: IBM Decision Optimisation

[fa icon='calendar'] May 29, 2019 / by Srinivas STP posted in Business Analytics, Prescriptive Analytics

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Business Intelligence – Business Analytics

[fa icon='calendar'] May 29, 2019 / by Srinivas STP posted in Business Intelligence, PlanningAnalytics, TM1, TM1 How To, Planning Analytics, IBM PA, Planning Analytics Workspace, PA and PAW, PA Workspace, Business Analytics

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This article talks about Business Intelligence and Business Analytics, things in common and about differences between one another. This blog also talks about the paybacks for an organization once these are adopted.

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Still on TM1 10.2.X? – Urgent fix is a must

[fa icon='calendar'] February 4, 2019 / by Srinivas STP posted in PlanningAnalytics, TM1, TM1 How To, Planning Analytics, IBM PA, Planning Analytics Workspace, PA and PAW, PA Workspace

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You heard it right – Is your organisation still on TM1 10.2.X and haven’t upgraded to PA?

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Planning Analytics 2.0.5 : All you need to know!

[fa icon='calendar'] July 12, 2018 / by Srinivas STP posted in PlanningAnalytics, TM1, TM1 Training, TM1 How To, Planning Analytics, IBM PA, PA and PAW, TM1 hidden feature, Cognos 10.2.x, TM1 Support, Octane Software Solutions, PA 2.0.5

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IBM has recently launched its Planning Analytics version 2.0.5 (on 25th June 2018); this article captures highlights of what’s new, improved and denounced.

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Sandbox Analysis. Delivered

[fa icon='calendar'] May 23, 2018 / by Srinivas STP posted in TM1, Planning Analytics Workspace, PA and PAW, PAW, PA Workspace, TM1 on cloud, TM1 Support, Sandbox Comparison, Sandbox, Scenario Analysis

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In this blog, would like to introduce you to a new feature called "Compare Sandboxes"; this feature, an extension to Planning Analytics Workspace’s existing capability, shall be available both on Cloud and in Local versions.

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Little known TM1 Feature - Ad hoc Consolidations

[fa icon='calendar'] April 12, 2018 / by Srinivas STP posted in Insider, Technical, Business Intelligence, PlanningAnalytics, TM1, TM1 Training, How to, TM1 How To, TM1 on cloud, TM1 hidden feature

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In this blog, let me explain you about one of the hidden/unused feature from IBM Cognos TM1.

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IBM PA Workspace Installation & Benefits for Windows 2016

[fa icon='calendar'] February 27, 2018 / by Srinivas STP posted in Technical, Business Intelligence, PlanningAnalytics, TM1, TM1 Training, Aritificial Intelligence, Upgrade, Finance, Accounting, Planning Analytics, PA, IBM PA, Planning Analytics Workspace, IBM Microsoft Windows Compatibility, PA and PAW, PAW, PA Workspace, PAW and PA

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In this weeks blog, our team make it our duty to shine some light on right tool your company can choose to meet your business needs. We will cover the much discussed benefits of installing and using IBM's Planning Analytics workspace on Windows 2016.

Contents
    1. What is PA and PAW
    2. PAW and Windows 2016
    3. Benefits on PAW on Windows 2016

 

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IBM TM1 10.2 vs IBM Planning Analytics

[fa icon='calendar'] December 12, 2017 / by Srinivas STP posted in Business Intelligence, PlanningAnalytics, TM1, Upgrade

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Loss vs Gain?

As we know – one thing that is constant is change and in the technology the change is always for the advancement from current and improvising the existing features.

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