Business Intelligence Blog

21 03, 2017

Agile Ad-hoc Analysis and Reporting – Thanks to Jedox

By | March 21st, 2017|Customer Success|

With the help of Jedox, workforce solutions provider ManpowerGroup transformed its outdated internal reports process into a flexible, state-of-the-art Business Intelligence system featuring distributed planning. Monthly forecasts can now be generated quickly and simply, and management can leverage the power of information for better decision-making. [...]

14 03, 2017

Service Release – What’s New in Jedox 7.0 SR1?

By | March 14th, 2017|Tech Bulletin|

The Jedox development team has introduced the first service release of the latest Jedox version 7.0. The release SR1 comprises new features, tweaks and bug fixes, providing Jedox users with improved system stability and performance. Numerous new features, such as the new Qlik Sense and PowerBI connectors, an optimized modeler, mobile enhancements and more optimizations further enhance the usability and help making

9 03, 2017

Jedox takes Novoferm’s planning to the next level

By | March 9th, 2017|Customer Success|

The international manufacturer Novoferm optimized its planning and reporting processes with Jedox. Thanks to the simple implementation process and the Excel-based interface, users immediately felt comfortable using Jedox. The company saves a lot of time and costs by easily creating reliable reports. In the future they intend to extent their work with Jedox and take it to the next level.

1 03, 2017

How to Restore a Jedox Report Without .pb file.

By | March 1st, 2017|How To|

This guide by Jedox partner Dastech Technologies shows you how to restore a Jedox report from the backup installation folder. The scenario: You forgot to back up the .pb file from the report manager, but you managed to backup the entire installation folder.

22 02, 2017

There’s No Room for “Alternative Facts” in Your Budgeting and Forecasting Process

By | February 22nd, 2017|Inside Jedox|

Albert Einstein once noted, “Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.” His meaning points to the pursuit of hypotheses over the establishment of absolutes. Let’s translate that into the world of budgeting and forecasting, where the process aims to provide insight into things that are difficult to grasp as a business constantly changes.

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