Importance of Microsoft Excel in Business

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Microsoft Excel is very important in our daily business operations. Microsoft Excel is used in business to perform various mathematical, and financial calculations.

In Microsoft excel small and big business owners can analyze information and visualize data and information in charts, smart arts, and pivot tables.

Microsoft excels help businesses in decision through seeing visual stats of data.

In other words, Microsoft Excel is an office application developed by Microsoft Inc. American multinational company (Founded on 4 April 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen)  to do personal and official work professionally such as create agendas, budgets, work calendars, official or personal expenses reports, forms, inventories, business or project plans, reports, statements, and timetable etc.

Almost all private and government sectors use Microsoft Excel to perform day-to-day calculations.

The first version was launched in 1985 and excel 2016 (v16.0) is the current version of Microsoft Excel. Nowadays you can also use Microsoft excel online by using one drive file hosting services.

This is another product of Microsoft Inc. that allows users to store, access, calculate, manipulate, arrange, analyze, sync files, folders, and access by using a web browser(Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla etc.) from computers or mobile.

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Currently, you can use 5 GB of free space to upload your files and you can edit your excel and documents from anywhere. After the office online or excel online you don’t need to carry a pen drive for your files. You can simply upload or create your excel files in real-time.

With the use of excel here I am dividing it into 3 categories. Perform data calculation, analyze information, and visualize data.

The greatest benefit of Microsoft Excel is that you can communicate with others through data visualization. You can do data analysis and scientific visualization.

Importance of Microsoft Excel in business and skills required for offline and online Jobs

Data Scientist, Administrative support, Data Analyst, Data Management, Data Mining, Reporting etc. are a few jobs with higher salaries and future freelancing business. In the future digital companies are unable to do product launching and marketing campaigns without analysis of data and information. (Guessing)

I consume more than 5 GB of data in a way similar to others. It is just an example. It is tough for digital companies or websites to collect analyze, and perform a calculation on the consumer, and website visitor data they are getting. Because without proper research and analysis of data it is tough to drive products in the market. That’s why companies looking for excel experts. Anyone after 10+2 or graduation with great skills in excel can find online jobs easily. Experts also start an online business after knowing about the job opportunities in Microsoft Excel.

If you want to know more about the business opportunities then read the second paragraph of this blog post again.

Essential advanced Microsoft Excel skills include practical knowledge of the functional library. Such as the practical knowledge of financial, logic, text, lookup & reference math, filters, and pivot table tools etc.

Microsoft Excel is a great application to start a business with by providing data analysis services. According to me, the first step is that you can use Microsoft excels for your own work and day-to-day business or work tasks then analyze the benefits you got from the use of this spreadsheet.

If you think it is beneficial for others also then provide and market your services to the world. You can also do research on the Microsoft excel recommended skills and services online and offline.

Related: What kind of data can be stored in cloud storage?

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