Spreadsheets are the backbone of many business activities, and while there are numerous programs you can use to create them, I strongly suggest using Microsoft Excel because Excel is just so much more flexible.

Here are just some of the ways:

It works wonders with data. Excel spreadsheets are great with data. Data can be organized into just about anything a business needs. If that business wants to analyze how sales are doing, an Excel spreadsheet works.

Or if a business wants to store customer/client information, Excel is designed so whatever is put in doesn’t affect what’s in other columns or rows.

It’s great for accounting. Excel is a favorite among finance companies because experts can create formulas within it so an executive can keep track of key numbers daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually. Also, Excel offers rows and columns so different financial expenditures and revenues can be added, just like the old fashioned ledger books.

By the way, that accounting success extends to tracking the return on investment (ROI). After tracking the sales, it’s very easy to take it one step further and calculate profit (or loss) or how long before a business reaches its revenue goals.

It makes scheduling easy. Whether it’s tasks or shifts, Excel allows managers to assign who’s doing what, and when it’s due. It also has a color-coding function so different people can see what they need to do, and it automatically updates when somebody adds or subtracts something.

These examples clearly demonstrate that Excel is flexible enough for various functions every business needs to run efficiently. Talk to an Excel expert today to see how they can benefit your company with this wonderful tool.

Become Excel-lent and see the great many things Excel can do for you.

For more information on how to find the right MicroSoft Excel Developer contact Warren Schultz at Email : warren@tapsolutions.net or call him at 818-281-7628. Website : www.tapsolutions.net