Creating and Running Scenario Rollups

Creating scenario rollups allows you to roll up data into a parent entity for analysis. For example, you might store data in multiple models such as geographic territories. You can roll up the geographic territories to a parent level to help you make business decisions at the enterprise level.

About Business Cases

A business case defines how child node data is rolled up into the parent. It is defined by selecting the scenario to use for rolling up data to the parent model during rollup, and then defining model characteristics. By defining different scenario rollups that use different business cases and have different model characteristics, you can analyze how these different business cases affect the business at a more global, rolled up level.

Overview of Creating and Running Scenario Rollups

Follow these overall steps for creating and running scenario rollups.

  1. Create the scenario rollup and build the scenario rollup structure. See Creating a Scenario Rollup.
  2. Create and assign one or more business cases. See Defining Business Cases for Scenario Rollups.
  3. Define model characteristics. See Defining Model Characteristics.
  4. Run the scenario rollup. See Running a Scenario Rollup.


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