Virtual Cognos User Group – North Texas

by Jul 29, 2021Blog, Cognos Analytics, Cognos Performance, Cognos Troubleshooting0 comments

When you hear the word, “Texas” what comes to mind? Maybe it’s ten-gallon hats, cowboy boots, barbeque, Cognos performance optimization! Okay, maybe your favorite BI tool isn’t top of mind, but it should be!

For the first time ever, Motio is hosting a virtual North Texas Cognos User Group! On August 12, we’re bringing the magic to you.

    Any Cognos user or perspective user may join, regardless of location. The theme of the user group will be easing the maintenance of Cognos!

    Topics to look forward to:

    • Cognos 11.2 – the latest changes and the opportunities extensions in Cognos offer
    • Upgrade methodology, best practices and lessons learned
    • Cognos performance management – our findings from the IBM x Motio lab sessions of 2021
    • OpenID authentication – how to avoid a long and painful project

    This session has ended. You can contact us to ask questions or learn more.

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