IBM Cognos – A Report Developer’s Guide to Sanity

IBM Cognos – A Report Developer’s Guide to Sanity

Bryan Scheck Business Analytics Specialist John Daniel Associates, Inc. Bryan’s Profile IBM Cognos Report Studio is a tremendously flexible and useful application for querying and presenting data in a multitude of forms. From crosstabs to graphs, details or summaries, sales reporting to financial statutory reporting, Report Studio is both powerful and versatile. Due to its expansive feature set and extensibility, every report developer will have […]

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Make Report Maintenance Easier by Implementing these BI Development Strategies

Make Report Maintenance Easier by Implementing these BI Development Strategies

Bryan Scheck Business Analytics Specialist John Daniel Associates, Inc. Bryan’s Profile To “Get it done” and to “Get it done well” are two entirely different things.  Both have merit and are appropriate under specific conditions.  A mission critical output under a strict deadline must be prioritized to “get it done” to meet the objective.  Often this approach has delayed consequences that the urgency of the […]

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A Report Developer’s Guide to Sanity

A Report Developer’s Guide to Sanity

Bryan Scheck Business Analytics Specialist John Daniel Associates, Inc. Bryan’s Profile IBM Cognos Report Studio is a tremendously flexible and useful application for querying and presenting data in a multitude of forms. From crosstabs to graphs, details or summaries, sales reporting to financial statutory reporting, Report Studio is both powerful and versatile. Due to its expansive feature set and extensibility, every report developer will have […]

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Documentation Tips for Report Studio

Documentation Tips for Report Studio

Erin Dunmire Business Analytics Specialist John Daniel Associates, Inc. Erin’s Profile Report Studio Documentation Have you ever opened an existing report in Report Studio and blundered through the many components of the layout and queries wondering where the best place is to start trying to understand how it all comes together to form the output? If you’re a report developer, I’ll bet that you have. […]

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