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March 17, 2011


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Carl Ramsden

I can't begin to imagine how I would have been able to perform my past roles effectively (probably with many extra hours)without using some of the key features in excel, lookups, pivot tables, plus some lesser known features. Any finance professional who deals with data and analysis (who doesn't?) who isn't taking advantage of these already could have a huge positive impact on their performance by getting up to speed as soon as they can.

David Oakden

Excel is such a fundamental tool these days that it is vital that finance professionals have a good working knowledge of it and its capabilities. It sounds that EwB have come up with a very useful scheme to assist finance professionals get better use out of this tool.

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