Pivot Table v Formulas

Back to Articles Pivot Table v Formulas One of Excel’s major strengths is analysing data, that is why most people use it. They have data which they have been capturing, and now they need Excel to analyse that data and give them relevant information and statistics that...

Why Excel is Still the Best Spreadsheet Platform

Back to Articles Why Excel is Still the Best Spreadsheet Platform I have been using Excel in since business since 1996, and that was not because Excel was only available from then, that was because I only started working in 1996 after finishing school. Now I hear that...

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...

Excel and Your Company Sales

Back to Articles Excel and Your Company Sales Here is an article that I wrote for Vector Resources, as a guest writer on their blog: Although most people associate Microsoft Excel with accounts and financial planning, it is far more versatile than that, and it is...