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Inventor:
Minns; Robert
Address:
Ottawa, CA
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7937363 Calculation engine for use in OLAP environments May 3, 2011
This invention addresses the need for dealing with complex planning calculations based on data warehouse or Planning Data Repository (PDR) data where some aggregated data or forecast data might be changed without directly manipulating the underlying data, and where there may be several
7062479 Calculation engine for use in OLAP environments June 13, 2006
This invention addresses the need for dealing with complex planning calculations based on data warehouse or Planning Data Repository (PDR) data where some aggregated data or forecast data might be changed without directly manipulating the underlying data, and where there may be several










 
 
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