This is our main line of work, making custom Excel spreadsheets for businesses just like yours. There are some examples here, which show the types of spreadsheets which we regularly do, which will hopefully inspire you. If you don’t find an example of your requirement, don’t let that stop you from getting in touch. We love new and exciting challenges, and we are always getting requests for unusual applications.


Simple Spreadsheets

If you have an idea for a spreadsheet to help your business, let us know. This spreadsheet doesn’t need to be complicated; from 1 tab to 10, some input tabs for data, and a few report tabs showing what the data means. This is the most common type of spreadsheet that we create. If this is something that you need, get in touch.

Spreadsheet Upgrades

This is a very popular request. Have you made a spreadsheet yourself, with maybe a few tabs and some basic formulas? It just about does what you need, but now you want to upgrade to something more comprehensive or automated. We often get sent spreadsheets just like this, and we’re asked to make an upgraded version. Send us your spreadsheet and let us take a look at what we can do to improve it.

Types of Solutions

We do many different types of spreadsheets for many different types of businesses, and we want to try and inspire you to get the best possible spreadsheet for your business. In order to do this, we have broken down the main spreadsheets we do into 6 categories. This will help you to see what is possible, and what other businesses are benefiting from. Take a look at these 6 categories, and see what you need. If what you need isn’t in one of these groups, don’t let that put you off – get in touch anyway!

Analysing CSV Files

With mountains of data available, these spreadsheets are becoming more and more popular. Think about it – most social media websites, CRM systems, software packages and other business solutions will export your data to a CSV file. Do you know what that data is telling you? If not, we can create a spreadsheet to receive the data from your export, analyse it to tell you what you want to know, and then produce a report.