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There is no doubt that Excel is the accountant's, finance and business professional's best friend! You and I know how overwhelmed we are with the abundance of unstructured data. Monthly, quarterly and annual closing are immensely data driven and require moving and exporting data from 'ERPs' and databases to Excel. This hands-on course will advance your data massaging, modeling, integration and automation skills to new levels. You will also master normalization and be massaging of noisy data, preparation of reports, analysis and reconciliation.
This course is Excel-based allowing you to develop an exclusive level of expertise and adding immediate value to your job.
goal of this Course is to show you how to leverage Excel functionality to build
and manage better reporting mechanisms. Each Module in this Course provides a
comprehensive review of the technical and analytical concepts that help you
create better reporting components - components that can be used for both
dashboards and reports.
future investment decisions requires concert understanding of the financial
modeling process. Starting from input variable to model design and
presentation, delegates work on building several financial models from scratch.
This course will equip delegates with real-life tools and techniques allowing
them to build customized financial models. Excel is the name of the game!
HR Professionals will learn the tips that save hours to resolve the diﬃculties they face on a daily basis in doing employee compensations, salary, leave, beneﬁts etc. In this practical training, participants will learn formatting techniques to convert data from diﬀerent sources, how to make the best use of most important formulas for HR. You will able to manipulate charts and diagrams, use logical functions, and link their spreadsheet to other worksheets and applications. Also learn how to automate some common Excel tasks, apply advanced analysis techniques to more complex data sets, troubleshoot errors, collaborate on worksheets, and share Excel data with other applications.
Microsoft Excel macro is a useful tool in the hands of Excel users. Macros are of a great help to reduce time and efforts of users to a great extent. If you need to perform repetitive tasks very often as a part of your job, then, make use of macro, as it will facilitate you to do so conveniently. A macro is a stored series of commands and functions that enable you to carry out your routine chores faster.
Bi is a suite of business analytics tools that deliver insights throughout your
organization. Connect to hundreds of data sources, simplify data prep, and
drive ad hoc analysis. Produce beautiful reports, then publish them for your
organization to consume on the web and across mobile devices. Everyone can
create personalized dashboards with a unique, 360-degree view of their
business. And create scale across the enterprise, with governance and security