Author: Simon Tucker

How planning becomes Connected Planning

When Anaplan was founded in 2009, we knew we were delivering industry-changing technology. Nine years later, we know that companies around the world still struggle with their planning. The speed of business continues to accelerate, and we continue to see

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Making person-to-person connections at Hub

I have a device called Rachio that controls the sprinklers in my yard. It’s not one of those old-fashioned timers that grinds out a 24-hour clock, nor one of the primitive electronic models that only a genius can set up.

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Companies preparing to go public turn to Anaplan

According to CNBC, 2017 is on track to have more initial public offerings (IPOs) than 2016—the first year-over-year increase in four years. I’ve noticed something that several newly minted public companies and their hyper-growth kin have in common: They use

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What’s New in Anaplan – July 2012

We released another scorching hot set of new features at the end of July. Below is an overview of the new features now available but to view the full release notes, go to the What’s New page in the Anaplan

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What’s New in Anaplan – June 2012

We’ve updated the Anaplan Platform for June 2012 and it’s packed with more great features. Exciting additions include Simple Selections, improvements to Dashboard Charts, Model Blueprint, new Process functionality, importing and exporting Version names, and an update to Anaplan Connect.

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What’s new in Anaplan – March/April 2012

Another busy couple of months have gone by here at Anaplan and it’s time for another round up of the great features we’ve received from the Anaplan development team during March and April. These include breakback; nested dimensions; user search,

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