The Excel Expert, providing the Excel expertise your business needs
Over 85% of businesses use spreadsheets for anything from time sheets to financial reporting, yet they invest very little in to the creation, maintenance and accuracy of their spreadsheets. As a result over 80% of their spreadsheets will contain errors, many of which will be business critical*.
The Excel Expert provides a range of Excel programming and data services, that help your business stay error free and gives you back the control of your data that you need.
To ensure that the spreadsheet solution we develop for you fully meets the needs of your business, everything we do for you is 100% bespoke. Everything is created from scratch, to meet your exact needs and requirements. We do not use template solutions or even rehash old projects.
The Excel Expert’s expertise in building tailored, structured, safe and accurate spreadsheets has resulted in clients of all sizes, from all around the world including; Pepsico, General Mills, various divisions of Asda and many others.
Due to our 20 years’ experience of working with spreadsheets in heavily regulated industries, we are able to quickly identify your needs and how any solution we provide will integrate into your current systems and procedures. This helps us ensure your spreadsheets will not only perform the task they were created for, but they will also be useful, meaningful and user friendly tools for you and your team.
Our unique 60 Days of FREE tweaking
We know it is not always possible to specify a project completely and correctly – sometimes it is just impossible to find those minor issues until work has actually started. For example we may find part way through development that a specified calculation method is wrong or all the required data hasn’t been included in a report.
Any minor issues like these are fixed for free in the first 60 days after the project is completed. This of course is in addition to our 1 year guarantee on our programming. No one else offers this level of support.
*A study by the University of Hawaii suggests that over 80% of spreadsheets contain errors, many of which are business critical.