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Deploying IBM Cognos TM1 Globally
Amendra Pratap
BI Architect
Macquarie Group
PAGE 2
About Macquarie Group
 FY13 Net Profit $ A 1.26 Billion
 Net Income $ A 8.1 Billion
 Net Operating Exp $ A 6.0 B...
PAGE 3
TM1 Journey
Users
Year
Purchased
as Finance
tool
Moved to IT
Established
budgeting and
allocation tool
Analytics
an...
PAGE 4
Lifecycle of BI
PAGE 5
Models & Benefits
Forecasting & Budgeting
• Group wide budgets
• Divisional budgets
• Consolidations
• Reporting (s...
PAGE 6
Approach - Internally
Building
Team
Modular
Architecture
Vendor
Partnerships
Ease of
Maintenance
• Hire the best
• ...
PAGE 7
Approach – Business Facing
Governance
Engage
Deliver
Value
Consult
• Steering committee establishment
• Business ap...
PAGE 8
Design Philosophy
 Partner with business
 Scalability
 Distributed modular architecture
 Expose business logic
...
PAGE 9
Monitoring Application
Multiple Servers/Models/Locations
Require Automated Monitoring
and Notification
 Applicatio...
PAGE 10
Future
 Exploit the strong platform already built
 More Interaction with other applications
 Automation
 Data ...
PAGE 11
Questions
@amansyd
Amendra Pratap
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TM1 in Macquarie - Amendra Pratap (Vision 2014- Orlando)

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Presentation on May 23rd 2014 at IBM Vision 2014. Successful enterprise implementation of TM1 at Macquarie Group

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TM1 in Macquarie - Amendra Pratap (Vision 2014- Orlando)

  1. 1. Deploying IBM Cognos TM1 Globally Amendra Pratap BI Architect Macquarie Group
  2. 2. PAGE 2 About Macquarie Group  FY13 Net Profit $ A 1.26 Billion  Net Income $ A 8.1 Billion  Net Operating Exp $ A 6.0 Billion  Assets under management $A 427 Billion  Over 13000 staff globally  International Income 68% of total  6 Operating divisions and 4 support divisions Established in 1969, Macquarie Group is a global financial services provider. It acts primarily as an investment intermediary for institutional, corporate and retail clients and counterparties around the world. Macquarie has built a uniquely diversified business. It has established leading market positions as a global specialist in a wide range of sectors, including resources, agriculture and commodities, energy and infrastructure, with a deep knowledge of Asia-Pacific financial markets
  3. 3. PAGE 3 TM1 Journey Users Year Purchased as Finance tool Moved to IT Established budgeting and allocation tool Analytics and Operations Strategic Asset
  4. 4. PAGE 4 Lifecycle of BI
  5. 5. PAGE 5 Models & Benefits Forecasting & Budgeting • Group wide budgets • Divisional budgets • Consolidations • Reporting (slice & dice) Recoveries & Allocation • Allocations calculations • Journal generation • Distributed model Capital Projection • Multiple scenario & what if • Granular calculations • Rapid scenario calc • Reporting (slice & dice) • Real time reports • Driver based forecasting • Re-use platform • Single source of truth • Expose business logic • Traceability • Flexibility • Fast performance • Bottom up calculations • Decision support CapabilityBenefits
  6. 6. PAGE 6 Approach - Internally Building Team Modular Architecture Vendor Partnerships Ease of Maintenance • Hire the best • Induct and train • Empower • Best practice • Share the knowledge • Treat as partners • Encourage ideas & feedback • Team extension • Scalable • Agile • Smaller project size • Replication feasibility • Self service • Provide training to the users & super users • Keep track of maintaining & reducing support tickets • Documentation & peer reviews
  7. 7. PAGE 7 Approach – Business Facing Governance Engage Deliver Value Consult • Steering committee establishment • Business approvals • Financial tracking & reporting • Capture and track risks • Solve business problems • Smaller projects mean solution derived sooner • Benefits captured and articulated • Lower the cost of ownership (of BI capability) • Early stage business users engagement • Listen • Gameification in projects • Allow business champions to showcase “their” model • Became a trusted advisor • Have an opinion • Business focused • Mixing strategic with tactical solutions
  8. 8. PAGE 8 Design Philosophy  Partner with business  Scalability  Distributed modular architecture  Expose business logic  Iterative implementation  Strategic view  Maintainability  Co located delivery team
  9. 9. PAGE 9 Monitoring Application Multiple Servers/Models/Locations Require Automated Monitoring and Notification  Application usage  User logging and analytics  Server monitoring  Change impact  Health checks  Identify outliers
  10. 10. PAGE 10 Future  Exploit the strong platform already built  More Interaction with other applications  Automation  Data management  Better user interface  Visualisation  Apply analytics on data in the systems
  11. 11. PAGE 11 Questions @amansyd Amendra Pratap
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