2003 Fall TM1 Midwest User Group Meeting Southfield MI. WELCOME. Agenda.
2003 Fall TM1 Midwest
User Group Meeting
1:00 Welcome address by Decision Systems & Applix1:30 TM1 Version 8.2 demo2:00 TM1 Developer Q&A2:30 TM1 Web Demo3:00 Break / Refreshments3:15TM1 User Case Study – Lamb Technicon3:45 TM1 User Case Study – Motorola4:15 Open Discussion / Networking5:00 MP3 Player Drawing!
Vice President – Sales & OperationsPhone 1-800 827-7549 extension xxxEmail firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb www.applix.com
President – Decision Systems Inc. Applix Business Partner since 1995Phone 1-877-447-8766 extension 101Email email@example.comWeb www.decisionsystems.com
Insight On Demand
Objective: Provide a series of utilities to improve the management and administration of an application
Objective: Provide advanced user functionality in working with TM1
Objective: Improve replication and synchronization to include more of the objects on the servers
Objective: minimize the server RAM requirements
– a 64 fold reduction in RAM
Objective: Improve ability to work with large dimensions
Objective: To ease rule building and improve user understanding
Objective: Significantly improves concurrent read/write performance
Objective: Provide the ability to navigate straight from a cube cell to another cube view or to a relational table
Objective: Provide even better data acquisition and management capabilities for enterprise integration
Objective: Effectively tackle much larger applications; “out-ROLAP the ROLAPs”
Objective: Re-designed for ease of use and reduced in size for faster downloads.
Objective: Allows an Applix administrator to use Windows network authentication to control access to Applix TM1
Objective: The ability to hold consolidations while adjusting underlying numbers.
Objective: Improve memory utilization by re-ordering TM1 dimensions after cubes are built
Objective: Enhances TM1 rule capabilities
Objective: Enables TM1 administrators to publish sliced data to the web for viewing and editing by other TM1 users.
Objective: Enables you to enter or edit numeric data in a cube view using one of several predefined distribution methods.