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Rule Writing - driver basis tips

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edited Oct 4, 2018 4:26PM in Profitability and Cost Management 2 comments

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Looking for best practices in configuring the driver basis tab of PCMCS rules

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Is anyone aware of good resources for how to best configure the "driver basis" tab of rules within PCMCS? For example, what are the considerations when 1) selecting a member for a given dimension, or 2) choosing not to select a member?

For example, I have four business units in my model; BU1, BU2, BU3, and BU4. I want to push the costs from BU4 into BU1, BU2, and BU3, proportionally to the existing costs in BU1, BU2, BU3. 

I'm comfortable with the source and destination tabs, but would love some guidance on the driver basis tab.

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