Use Cases

Alongside our functional courses that focus on particular product modules, we have developed a series of specialised courses themed around specific Use Cases. These courses are short and sharp, designed to focus on a particularly useful solution to enhance the day-to-day performance of a given user role. Select one that is most relevant to learn more.

Free

Analyst UC1. Build and enhance a report šŸ•15mins

For this Use Case, you take the role of an analyst whose manager has requested a Financial Analysis Detail reportĀ that will allow them to track the performance of sales associates, in each team, within each region in the company.
By the end of this use case, you will have watched video tutorials and engaged in hands-on exercises.

Free

Use Case: Parent Child Hierarchy for Business Analysts 2023

This course will give an overview of Parent Child Hierarchies (PCH) Reporting techniques, which enable end-users to manipulate the data in different visualizations in Discover, and prepare it to be shared and interpreted.

Free

Use Case: Predictive Modeling

(Approx. 2 hrs)
This Use-Case on Predictive Modeling and Logistic Regression will be a great exercise for any Data Modelers / Scientists interested in this branch of Machine Learning.

Free

Use Case: Parent-Child Hierarchies (Data Modeler)

(Approx. 2 hrs)
As a Data Modeler, do you want to know how to implement a ‘Parent-Child’ Hierarchy? ParentĀ childĀ hierarchies are also useful for organizational data, particularly when the hierarchy contains an unequal number of levels, or levels that are not logically equivalent. In this course we will show you how to build a hierarchy within an IMDB data model.

Free

Use Case: Data Modeler

As a data modeler, do you want to combine actual sales data with financial budgeting data to create a variance in budget? If so, this course is for you. We will walk through this process and also include how this variance can be set to absolute/percentage.
This training is based on Pyramid 2020.17.

Free

Use Case: Product Specialist

For many product specialists, it is important to find out exactly why some products cause issues for customers. Creating a dedicated dashboard to analyse the ratio of returns to sales and the reason for the return would be an efficient way to enhance your analysis. In this course we will show you how to produce such a dashboard. This training is based on Pyramid 2020.17.

Free

Use Case: Finance Business Analyst

As a business analyst in the finance sector, creating a sales forecast for operation/region would be a valuable asset to use in your analysis. In this course we will show you how to produce this forecast that can provide you with this useful comparison.
This training is based on Pyramid 2020.17.

Free

Use Case: Retail Business Analyst

As a business analyst in the retail sector, do you want to know what products/brands contribute the majority of your sales by region or operation? In this course we will show you how to produce a Discover report that can accurately display this breakdown of sales contributions.
This training is based on Pyramid 2020.17.

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