McDonald’s in Switzerland has simplified its enterprise planning with a custom solution based on Jedox. The solution, which was developed by the Swiss BI consultancy Linalis, helps steer performance across all sales points nationwide.
With the help of Jedox, workforce solutions provider ManpowerGroup transformed its outdated internal reports process into a flexible, state-of-the-art Business Intelligence system featuring distributed planning.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. [...]
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.
The usage of buttons within Jedox web can be helpful in order to make a ‘standard’ for adjusting your (meta-)data. This blog provides insight in how to successfully add elements, write data into cubes, adjust elements and delete elements. The example that is used in this blog relates to companies that enter their customers, projects, project-lines, etc. in their database.
Why do you need value drivers? In this an example, a retailer has around 200 stores, operating on slim margins. They’ve used strategies to reduce overheads and improve cross-channel selling, including using poorer performing stores as online fulfilment centers, and using pop-up stores to shift slow-moving stock. These were fine strategies, but hit snags in execution. The information shared between
Essential new ways to unify your people, data, and process for unfair advantage Data is at the heart of new retail. Consumers are walking, tweeting, data distributors. The online channel is no longer separate. In a world where shoppers are online, all the time, the retailer must provide a unified experience across every consumer interaction. Analytics and channel optimization is
One of my favorite components in Jedox Integrator is the TableLoop, with a very easy configuration you can do pretty cool stuff with it. I ran in an example that I will like to describe in this article. If you don’t have a good background in Jedox Integrator, you may need to download the complete example with the link given