From Limited to UNLIMITED By John FlorioGo from Limited...X Spreadsheets are Limited to two dimensions(Rows and Columns.)X There are many opportunities for manual error.X Data, Formulas, and Dimensions that live in the spreadsheet are difficult to share. X Relational...
PowerExcel - BI for All TastesOne of life’s more deflating aphorisms is that “you can’t have your cake and eat it, too.” But doesn’t technology promise otherwise? — a way to mix-and-match (very much like a plate of canapes) your favorite tools, applications and work...
The business environment is always changing, often in ways that test your patience and make you question yourself as a business leader.
Why do we keep using Excel? Why must we waste so much time in the messy middle? Is Excel the real problem and what other options do we have?
How does financial modeling in PowerExcel compare to Excel? Here are some concrete examples that will show how PowerExcel can improve productivity and collaboration in finance teams.
Our CEO made us build financial reports in Excel to understand our customer’s pain. Here’s what I learned. – Part 1 of 2
Finance professionals are next-level experts in Excel—spreadsheet ninjas, gurus, Jedis, MVPs! I went through an Excel Bootcamp to learn the pain of working in Excel to develop financial reports. Here’s what I learned.
In relation to most ERP systems, Excel is an elemental component of how they provision budgeting capabilities. But is it enough for large firms need to accomplish their complex planning needs?
Check out this cool infographic! Submitted to OLAP.com by the folks at Business Intelligence Technologies. They’ve mapped here 5 warning signs that you and your professional team are living in Excel Hell. Perhaps it’s just been accepted that your Excel Hell is what it is…