When you think Excel, the first thing that comes to mind might be spreadsheets, but there’s a lot more analysis power under the hood. While a programming language like R or Python is better suited to handle a large data set, advanced Excel methods like writing Macros and using VBA lookups are still widely used for smaller lifts and lighter, quick analytics.
If you are working at a bootstraps company or startup, you the first version of your database may even be in Excel. Over the years, the tool has remained a mainstay for businesses in every industry, so learning it is a must. Luckily, there is an abundance of great free resources online to help you get started, as well as structured data analytics classes led by instructors.
Most of us who use MS Excel for business purposes. Training will focus on optimization techniques for people using MS Excel as a primary tool for their business. Will tips on how to manage your data, use an analytics add-on, analyze data helping assist in decision making and creating efficiencies that will directly affect your bottom line.
- The course is done with Microsoft Excel 2010.
- Easy compatibility with older and newer software versions. Some features are not available in older ones.
- NO previous Excel knowledge is required.
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