Microsoft Excel has grown to become arguably the most important computer program in workplaces around the world. Whether you are budgeting, organizing client sales lists, or need to plan an office social gathering, Excel is a powerful tool that has become entrenched in business processes worldwide.
In Finance and Accounting
If you walk through the finance or accounting department at any major corporate office, you will see computer screens filled with Excel spreadsheets outlining financial results, budgets, forecasts, and plans used to make big business decisions.
This is the area of business with the biggest reliance and benefit from Excel spreadsheets. Advanced formulas in Excel can turn manual processes that took weeks to complete in the 1980s into something that takes only a few minutes today.
Most users know that Excel can add, subtract, multiply, and divide, but it can do much more with advanced IF functions when coupled with VLOOKUP, INDEX-MATCH-MATCH, and pivot tables.
In Human Resource
While database systems like Oracle (ORCL), SAP (SAP), and Quickbooks (INTU) can be used to manage payroll and employee information, exporting that data into Excel allows users to discover trends, summarize expenses and hours by pay period, month, or year, and better understand how your workforce is spread out by function or pay level.
HR professionals can use Excel to take a giant spreadsheet full of employee data and understand exactly where the costs are coming from and how to best plan and control them for the future.
You Can Do Anything with an Excel Spreadsheet
Using Excel for business has almost no limits for applications. Here are some examples:
- When planning a team outing to a baseball game, you can use Excel to track the RSVP list and costs.
- Excel creates revenue growth models for new products based on new customer forecasts.
- When planning an editorial calendar for a website, you can list out dates and topics in a spreadsheet.
- When creating a budget for a small product, you can list expense categories in a spreadsheet, update it monthly and create a chart to show how close the product is to budget across each category.
- You can calculate customer discounts based on monthly purchase volume by product.
- Users can summarize customer revenue by product to find areas where to build a stronger customer relationships
Who Should Attend?
This course is suitable for all industries professionals of both Public and Private Sector who are:
- Project documentation and support staff
- Public Speakers
- NYSC members
- Excel Basics
- Working with Data
- Editing a Worksheet
- Formatting a Worksheet
- Page Setup and Printing
- Modifying Workbooks
- Working with Tables
- Working with Charts
- Working with Graphics
- Formulas and Functions
- Managing Workbooks
- Importing & Exporting Data
- Summarizing Data
- Analyzing your Data
- Collaborating with others
Training Duration: 2 days
WEEK DAYS CLASSES
Time: 9am-4pm (Weekdays)
9am – 4pm (Saturday)
1pm – 5pm (Sundays)