What this page requires more than anything, in its quest to help you process the valuable information in the Installing and Configuring CTF R12 class (formerly titled Data Management), is that rare talent - TBMAs - to start discussions or to share their experiences that work, that grow TBM understanding—big ones, small ones, medium-sized ones,… Show more
This is the Learning Plan for Bill of IT – Showback & Chargeback series of courses. These courses teach TBMAs, and other roles who touch the Bill of IT process, the basics and benefits of Bill of IT, the differences between a showback and chargeback process, the Bill of IT types, and the roles involved in the Bill of IT process. Through graphic,…
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org This is the Learning Plan for R12 TBMAs working with Cost Transparency. Courses are listed in their recommended order, but there are very few prerequisites, so get started today! Most courses and the certification require…
For the Find Answers participation quest, search on Community for the answers to the questions below. Once you have found the answers to all six questions fill out this form inputting the URL for where you found the answer on Community. What types of Allocations are available in R12? I'm new to Technology Business Management (TBM). Is it…
Hi, I'm currently on Installing and Configuring CTF R12 and I'm unable to allocate the Labor Cost Model amount found on page 39. It's showing up as $0 for the Labor Cost Model, and I can't figure out what I overlooked. Please advise, thanks in advance! ht
Hi, I'm currently on Installing and Configuring CTF R12 and I'm unable to allocate the Labor Cost Model amount found on page 39. It's showing up as $0 for the Labor Cost Model, and I can't figure out what I overlooked. Please advise, thanks in advance! … Show more
Hello Apptio Practitioners, One question I'm often asked in Lab Assists and on Ask an Instructor is "why don't my numbers in Servers and Hypervisors match the guide or the answer key? What did I do wrong? Well the short answer is you may not have done anything wrong. It's typcially related to slightly different allocation strategies… Show more
Attendees were asked to describe TBM at their organization in one word.