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The highly anticipated next generation of IBM Cognos BI, code named Titan, was revealed at the IBM Insight 2015 conference in October. Excitement is high, and there are many questions about this highly touted offering, officially named IBM Cognos Analytics.

Key areas of product redesign include a new portal and user interface with more capabilities for consumers, a unified authoring environment, lightweight modeling on the web, dashboards, and a lightweight administration environment.

Interested in seeing what all the fuss is about? Sign up to participate in the IBM Cognos Analytics Open Beta and try the product for yourself! Go to: https://www.ibm.com/web/myportal/analytics/analyticszone/trials/pm/cognos-business-intelligence

You will need an IBM ID, but there is no cost for signing up, and you can register online (https://www.ibm.com/account/profile/us?page=reg).

There is information about the product available on the web, so try using your favorite search engine to query “Cognos Analytics” or “Cognos Titan”, or go to the IBM Analytics and the IBM AnalyticsZone YouTube channels. For example, here are two links of such videos available:

Thanks for your interest and excitement around the product. Our team is working diligently to bring you quality Education offerings to enable you, starting in Q1 2016.

Posted on behalf of Deb Templeton, IBM Mgr Curriculum Development: BI & Predictive, Solutions

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