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2018-11-29T21:52:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your primary use case for Board?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

Thank you!

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PeerSpot user
5 Answers
DL
Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-05-07T15:40:35Z
07 May 21

It can be used for business intelligence, predictive planning, financial consolidation, integrated planning, budgeting and forecasting, strategy execution, and management. It can be deployed on the cloud or on-prem.

Sumanth NR - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Software Engineer at Simbus Technologies
Real User
Top 20
2021-01-13T09:11:00Z
13 January 21

We use it for retail budgeting and assortment planning. Our company is mainly focusing on fashion retail. And we are also now focusing on vendor forecasting to provide predictive analyses. We are a Board partner in India. One of our clients is Bestseller, a fashion retailer. We are doing projects for them on retail budgeting and planning. We recently completed their assortment planning project and we have had good feedback.

Chang Geng - PeerSpot reviewer
Junior Consultant at NTT Data
Real User
Top 10
2020-12-22T11:30:00Z
22 December 20

Our end user is a chemical industry company, and they did a lot of reports in Excel. We use Board to create reports automatically, instead of with Excel.

Real User
2019-05-20T15:46:00Z
20 May 19

We use this solution in several ways, including: * We develop data modeling for customers. * Internally, we use it to monitor and control company performance. * We create demonstrations for potential new customers. * We create dashboards that permit us to find and understand inefficiencies, which can then be improved.

Muskan Jhingan - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Architect at Clear Insight
Real User
Top 10
2018-11-29T21:52:00Z
29 November 18

I have been using BOARD for the last four years to create financial reports, create budget scenarios, perform budget cycle, run consolidations, create dashboards and visualizations. BOARD provides in-depth insight to enable users in their decision-making process. Taking data and making it easily readable/ready-to-use.

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Hello @Muskan Jhingan, @Chang Geng, @Sumanth NR. Can you please share your professional opinion with @Charles C?​   Thank you!
Chang Geng - PeerSpot reviewer
Junior Consultant at NTT Data
03 August 21
Usually, we say Board provides lots of toolkits to achieve both CPM and BI. But, the Anaplan mainly focuses on CPM solutions. If the enduser doesn't have any existing planning strategy, maybe they can refer to Anaplan solution directly and easily. If the enduser already has a clear planning strategy, and they just want to find a tool to achieve it, maybe Board is a better choice because its smart toolkits can be used easily and give more possibilities. BTW, if you want to fully use the BI function (colourful charts, dashboard, multi-dimensional analysis), Board will be absolutely better. Just for your reference.
Nurit Sherman - PeerSpot reviewer
Content Operations Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Jul 31, 2018
Is it required in your company to conduct an enterprise architecture review before purchasing a business intelligence tool? What are the common materials you use in the review? Do you have any tips or advice for the community? Any pitfalls to watch out for?
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AA
Business Analyst with 501-1,000 employees
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I am beginning a BI review right now. I have the same questions so will be anxious to see how this is answered.
Jessica Schwab - PeerSpot reviewer
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Hi - That is best practice is to have a architecture review however, everything is online to purchase if you would like to buy without this step. Common Material we use to review would be Diagrams based off the customers environment, best practices of customers we have successfully deployed with. Tips--> I would make sure to have a sound understanding of your business, people and process prior to engaging in BI tool. Really understand your organization goals for now and future. Unfortunately many do not encompass future and only right now and then end up spending a lot of $$ later to re-implement/architect because their short term goals were price motivated. Ends up hurting you later if you do not plan for future.
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