4 Surprising Reasons to Stop Using Excel for Data Reporting & Dashboards

Attention All Excel Spreadsheet Ninjas: You’re Doing It Wrong! There is a new and improved solution in town, and it’s making everyone’s life a whole lot easier. Imagine consolidating multiple data formats effortlessly, eliminating manual manipulation and human error, including endless volumes of data, and saving countless hours of manpower.

These benefits and more are available today via business intelligence (BI) tools. Excel, of course, is still an awesome and incredibly valuable tool. It’s trusted, reliable and familiar. However, it also has its drawbacks. Let’s look at some of the most common limitations of Excel when used for reporting.

Author: Helene Clary


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