When businesses evaluate cloud infrastructure, databases or other core business systems, they nearly always consider scale as a decision factor. But scalability – the ability to grow as planning and business grows – is often overlooked for enterprise performance management.
So what do companies
Before making any major purchase decision, most of us read reviews to learn about the experiences of other users and get an understanding of a product from the perspective of the marketplace. This is especially important for when evaluating options for a major investment like planning software.
A few competitors are trying to sow doubt about IBM’s commitment to IBM TM1 and IBM Planning Analytics – which is powered by IBM TM1 – as well as the product’s future, and the implications of the latest upgrade. Let me set the record straight—IBM Planning Analytics isn’t going anywhere. In fact,
This is the first in a sequence of blogs that looks at how Planning Analytics and Decision Optimization can help organizations go from a plan to the right plan by leveraging optimization throughout the planning process.
Look for IBM to launch the on-premises version of its enterprise performance management solution, IBM Planning Analytics, at for IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016. Check out the new features and business benefits of this new release of a leading-edge financial and operational performance