In the world of technology, data is how machines communicate. It’s a language of numbers and metrics; a simple, yet hauntingly complicated system that gives us non-machines many headaches.
Microsoft Excel helps us break this language barrier and turn raw numbers into ideas, trends and insights.
Excel is also useful when you need to transform your data into charts and other visuals. These are invaluable tools that help you see the story behind the numbers and highlight your best assets and most significant shifts in reports to clients and stakeholders.
When it comes to creating effective charts for your data, seeing is really believing. Very few Managers have the time to analyze data with Excel by hand. Charts make the insights jump off the screen.
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