In today’s episode, we delve deeper into the evolution of Excel and the innovations that are keeping it ahead of the competition.
We discuss what the future holds for Excel and the various opportunities for its customers, including:
– How it’s catering to a range of different users and making more complex tools more accessible for different customer groups.
– The increasing ability to build automated processes in Excel without the need for coding skills.
– And the drive to bring Excel’s full capabilities to all platforms, including its web application.
This episode will give you a rare opportunity to look at the inner workings of a product so many of us rely on.
If you’re a CFO, you’re going to want to listen all the way to the end as this interview will give you a great understanding of the advances that are coming to your screen soon.
We’re keen to hear your thoughts on this episode, so please do get in touch at ku.oc.satiremun@ofni
If you want to find out more about Brian, check out his LinkedIn profile – https://www.linkedin.com/in/brijones/
And to learn more about Excel, head to the Microsoft website – https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/microsoft-365/excel
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