Escape the spreadsheet hell
Eliminate costly, error-prone processes and data redundancy. Use the time and management resources for better things.
Lots of companies use Excel – or any other spreadsheet application – to manage their portfolio, projects and resources. Spreadsheets can be incredibly powerful, simple yet sophisticated tools. When things go wrong, however, it can cause some serious damage¹.1. How The London Whale Debacle Is Partly The Result Of An Error Using Excel
Excel files require a lot of manual maintenance
How much time and effort do you and your colleagues regularly spend searching, collecting and consolidating distributed data across the corporate network?
Excel-based applications only work well as single-user applications
How often do several colleagues want to work on the same file at the same time? How often are copies therefore made, creating redundancies and inconsistencies?
Exchanging files via email generates a lot of redundancy
How often do you have to pick out the "right" data from multiple copies and resolve inconsistencies?
Excel data is inherently insecure because access control is missing
How do you ensure that data is only accessible to the intended users and that data does not leave the company via e-mail?