TM1 Git Branching best practices

Expanding on our previous article, we get a little deeper into the details of managing versions with TM1 Git and explain how the tm1.json file should be used to manage the different objects in the model.

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Feature branching in TM1

Effectively managing TM1 model versions is vital in development teams, especially when working with large, complex, often-changing models. Feature branching strategies (GitHub Flows) can make life so much easier for the dev teams, but unfortunately it was not supported in TM1. Until now...

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Enhancing ETL workflows with TM1 DAG Factory

Adopting the DAG Factory approach for managing data loading workflows offers significant benefits, including reduced development time and enhanced transparency. The TM1 DAG Factory, stands as a testament to the power of innovative solutions in addressing complex data management challenges. It's an opportunity worth exploring for anyone looking to optimize their ETL processes.

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The Analogic Framework

We created the Analogic framework to be able to build web-based, UX-optimized planning software solutions that run on IBM Planning Analytics (TM1) data models. Using this technology we can build sophisticated business planning and simulation applications that are very complex on the inside but simple and user-friendly in appearance.

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A new business partnership in Africa with Venn Cubed

Thrilled to share the news of our strategic collaboration with Venn Cubed! 🌍 As of 2024, Venn Cubed has officially become the exclusive distributor of KnowledgeSeed's cutting-edge Analogic technology across the African continent.

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A Python-based approach to data loading in TM1

Airflow, an open-source Python-based ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) system, offers a wealth of benefits when it comes to loading data into TM1, making it an indispensable tool for organizations dealing with TM1 data management.

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A dynamic vision in corporate planning

One cannot predict the future, but corporate financial planning must provide the most accurate and consistent forecast possible for a given period. A way to achieve this is by applying the narrative model for financial planning which goes beyond worst- and best-case scenarios and period-based forecasting, and offers a dynamic, event-based financial planning process.

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