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TM1

(Tables Manager 1) A multidimensional analysis program for DOS and Windows from IBM. It allows data to be viewed in up to eight dimensions. The data are kept in a database, and the formulas are kept in a spreadsheet, which is used as a viewer into the database. TM1 makes it easy to display different slices of the data, and it is designed to import and cross tab large amounts of data. In 2003, the company released TM1 Web, an application that allows users to create real-time, Web-based worksheets directly from within Microsoft Excel.

TM1 was originally developed by Sinper Corporation, which was acquired by Applix, Inc. and then merged with Cognos, Inc. In 2008, IBM acquired Cognos.
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Damos ejemplos de los textos originales (TO), TM1 y TM3, y mostramos las paginas en el TM2 porque el TM1 y el TM2 son de hecho identicos en cuanto al contenido.
We felt confident that TM1 would provide the kind of robust solution needed for more timely and accurate forecasting in both the short and long-term.
Morrison, Applix chief operating officer, said TM1 has features that allow businesses to gather a very large amount of data quickly and interact with that data in real time.
Trinity makes it more easy to work with TM1 data through Excel," Menninger said.
TM1 solutions empower users to respond immediately with answers to "what-if" analytic questions within their familiar, well-developed Excel environment, and with minimum IT resources for implementation and maintenance.
The use of Excel as an interface makes sharing easy, with TM1 Web supporting all the functions, formatting, and graphing capabilities of Excel on the Web Dynamic reporting capabilities within TM1 Web ensure that reports are up to date as of the moment of retrieval, and the product also provides interactive navigation through the data that allows users to focus on the relevant portions of the data.
We are impressed by the results of the new OptiFlo headbox and the Advantage ViscoNip press, but also by the great team work we had in the TM1 project at our Raubach mill.
McGowan, who used TM1 in a previous work environment, brought it to Envision to develop performance-monitoring applications.
IBM Cognos TM1 Executive Viewer, being implemented with the help of Cognos partner Decision Systems, will now provide hundreds of agents with self-service views and reports.