Now anyone can master the art of using Excel for business reporting

Is Excel a major part of your everyday job? Would you like to hone your skills and finally master the art of using Excel like a pro? The Excel On Steroids (EOS) 2013 course may be the solution you’ve been looking for to take your business reporting skills up a notch. Continue reading “Now anyone can master the art of using Excel for business reporting”

The real story of Bitcoin scaling

Ignore the drama of big-blocks-small-blocks-extension-blocks-2x for a minute. Here’s the real story of Bitcoin scaling, as told by John Newbery. Continue reading “The real story of Bitcoin scaling”

Do you go with the (cash) flow?

Are you struggling to keep your business afloat upon the river of a demanding and competitive marketplace? It may be because you’re struggling against the current instead of going with the (cash) flow. Continue reading “Do you go with the (cash) flow?”

Unlocking the door to complete business visibility

Keyhole visibility is a concept that is familiar to many Small & Medium Businesses (SMBs). This type of business visibility is equivalent to trying to see what’s happening in a room by looking through the keyhole of a door. Likewise, with a narrow view of your business, you are forced to make critical decisions with only a small portion of information. Continue reading “Unlocking the door to complete business visibility”

3 Reasons why your business should invest in a Business Intelligence solution

A good Business Intelligence solution will give your company a competitive advantage, and there are many compelling reasons why all business owners should make it a priority to invest in one. Here are the top three: Continue reading “3 Reasons why your business should invest in a Business Intelligence solution”

Blockchains will replace networks with markets.

This is a series of tweets (numbered in order of how they appear on Twitter) about Blockchain technology by Naval Ravikant‏. Continue reading “Blockchains will replace networks with markets.”

Microsoft Excel: The good, the bad, and the advantage of added BI capability

Microsoft Excel is the universal language of business and accountants, and most decision-makers in small to mid-sized businesses use the king of spreadsheets in some way for reporting. In fact, research analyst Gartner has conceded that, “Excel is still the number one reporting tool”. Why then, would you want or need to use a Business Intelligence (BI) tool, and not just Excel, for your business reporting? Continue reading “Microsoft Excel: The good, the bad, and the advantage of added BI capability”