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Meet BizNet Software and Winshuttle at SAPPHIRE NOW

Posted by Art Simmons |
November 08, 2016

 

BizNet Software and WINSHUTTLE are headed to the sunshine state to introduce and demo the newest analytics tool for SAP!

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Excel User Training - Excelapalooza 2016 Agenda!

Posted by Art Simmons |
November 08, 2016

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BizNet Software, Inc., Joins the QAD Inc.® Global Network of Partners

Posted by Art Simmons |
November 08, 2016

DALLAS, June 26, 2012 - BizNet Software, Inc., experts and global leaders in live, real-time, 100% Microsoft Excel® business reporting and analytics solutions, announced today the formation of a global partnership with QAD Inc.® (NASDAQ: QADA and QADB), a global leader of enterprise software and services, through the QAD Solution Partner program.

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5 ways to prevent being "that guy". Get your reports out AHEAD of time.

Posted by Art Simmons |
November 08, 2016

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5 Risks You Take When Working with Data in Excel

Posted by Art Simmons |
November 08, 2016
  1. Insistent strategy
    Every person who designed a spreadsheet that makes up your "system" did so from their individual perspective, view-point and metrics. Each spreadsheet in use, though important pieces of the puzzle, are not interconnected to the logic, algorithms and data of the other spreadsheets. This does not roll up into a choesive strategy dirving the best performace and decision making for the company as a whole.
  2. Communication overload
    We cannot just do our jobs. We need to spend a lot of time pouring through the details of (or consolidating) spreadsheets as necessary preparation to go back and update our own spreadsheets to do our work.
  3. Only receiving relevant information at update time
    In many cases, we work with week-old data until a spreadsheet is updated and communicated. A lot changes over the course of a week in most environments
  4. Cost
    We dont have a budget for advanced forecasting tools though im not convinced that any of thse would solve the problem anyway but what is the cost of all of the time invested in building, maintaining and communicating spreadsheets?
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