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I followed a recent tweet from our Professional Services Manager recently linking to a blog here on game theory as it relates to social media activities. It resonated with me immediately from a business perspective.
The synopsis of the blog (and I’m not doing it justice) is that the like of Twitter, World of Warcraft, Farmville etc are poster children for the practical application of Game Theory. … Continue reading
CALUMO for TM1, the fastest web client for IBM Cognos TM1 has just been updated to version 10.6 has been released and available here.
Web ad-hoc browsing if faster, reports published from the web zoom so fast you sometime have to double check it updated! Here is the list of issues and features worked on.
Titles Dimension area hidden… Continue reading
IBM Cognos TM1 9.5.2 has been released.
The big, HUGE benefit of this release is it supports Microsoft Excel 2010.
Microsoft Excel 2010 was released on April 15 2010 so we are very happy to have see IBM come to the party.
If you want more information about IBM Cognos TM1 9.5.2, please email me email@example.com.… Continue reading
I couldn’t help but notice this thread. Who couldn’t if you’re in the Business Intelligence Professionals group on LinkedIn. It is 9 months old and has over 600 comments. I have read all of the posts and it is fascinating!
The most interesting piece of information I found from peoples comments is BI is a tool.
I have implemented a little over 100 BI projects over the… Continue reading