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This blog discusses in detail the objectives, measures, KPIs and key derivatives to measure an enterprises’ Capacity Planning performance.
This blog focuses on the three main Capacity Planning Strategies such as Lead Strategy, Lag Strategy and Match Strategy with relevant examples.
ValQ allows you to assign values to nodes. This blog highlights the simple arithmetic calculations, complex formulas or reference other nodes.
With ValQ, you can consume data residing in excel files, small business applications (e.g. QuickBooks), cloud applications (e.g. Salesforce), databases and enterprise systems (e.g. SAP BW) and more. In this blog, we’ll look at the three different ways of mapping ValQ nodes to data.
Microsoft released a cool new feature as part of its June 2019 release – the ability to pin your favorite custom visual in Power BI Desktop version.
In this blog, let’s have a look at how to customize conditional formatting for ValQ nodes based on your needs using a sample dataset.
Nodes act as the fundamental block in ValQ. They carry a rich amount of data. In this blog, we’ll see how to access additional insights on the KPIs.
Node act as the fundamental building block in ValQ. It becomes vital for the user to understand the richness of data each node provides as he plans for the big picture. Let’s dive deep to understand what these projections demonstrate.
ValQ by default leverages a standard fiscal year (Jan to Dec) for time periods. However, you can use customized time periods (e.g. 16 weeks, 6 Quarters, 5 Years, etc.) and the fiscal year (e.g. Apr to Mar) too. In this blog let’s look at how to set up ValQ to handle a custom fiscal year and custom weeks.
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