Making decisions based on gut feelings is outdated. Today's managers are using Excel to create financial models to understand the financial impact of various options available to them. Using Excel enables better decision making, improves processes and increases the efficiency of individuals and organizations.
Excel and financial modeling skills are necessary for successful business executives, entrepreneurs and business school students. Whether you are building a complex financial model for a hotel chain or managing your household expenses, using Excel makes your task simpler and more efficient.
Microsoft Excel is clearly the dominant spreadsheet tool with an extremely wide range of applications. Unfortunately, the numerous Microsoft Excel books and online Microsoft Excel lessons do not and cannot address the unique Excel and financial modeling needs of individuals and organizations.
Financial modeling and Excel services
The requirements of your school or job can vary significantly and we are here to address your needs. Be it using Excel for a specific course or working with you on building a complex financial model, or modifying an operations Excel model, we can tailor a program just for you.
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For ease of operations, we have classified our Microsoft Excel and financial modeling services into three categories.
Excel intermediate: Excel intermediate will help you step up from using basic Excel skills to intermediate skills. With intermediate Excel skills, you will be able to independently build Excel models for specific tasks including building a financial model for a business plan, or a discounted cash flow model for an investment opportunity or the operational metrics for a manufacturing company.
Excel advanced: Excel advanced will help you get into programming for large scale operations with VBA. This is required only for Excel power users.
Financial modeling: We will teach you the steps involved in building Excel models for various purposes. Our focus here is not on using Excel skills, but on the managerial and thought processes that need to go into building effective and efficient Excel models.