Using Excel to Analyse Data

Back to Articles Using Excel to Analyse Data This month I have used Excel in a number of ways, all to analyse data. Excel is brilliant for doing just this, and recently I have used it for all sorts of applications from 360 Staff Appraisals to Web Form Analysis. People...

Excel at Marketing (Part 2)

Back to Articles Excel at Marketing (Part 2) As a former investment analyst I am no stranger to using Excel. In the past I generally concentrated on creating financial models and using Excel to forecast revenues, cash flows and profits. Since setting up BuzzSmart, a...

Excel at Marketing (Part 1)

Back to Articles Excel at Marketing (Part 1) Excel is known to be versatile, and those of us that have the skills to use it beyond making a few columns, can use it for just about anything. I was having coffee and a discussion with a marketing expert the other day, and...

5 Misconceptions of Microsoft Excel

Back to Articles 5 Misconceptions of Microsoft Excel Excel is just for spreadsheets. This is probably the most common misconception that I come up against, and it is complete rubbish. Most of the points of the article are going to contain one thing in common, and here...

Excel, More Than Just Figures

Back to Articles Excel, More Than Just Figures In Excel 2013, there are no fewer than 46 functions relating to text or lookup and reference. This means that all of those functions don’t actually require any figures to be relevant. Most of these relate to text and text...

How We Save Companies Money

Back to Articles How We Save Companies Money So many people understand that Excel is a powerful tool, and they realise that it can help their business, but they don’t realise how it helps. They don’t realise how it can save them money. I will try and explain here why...