Excel has become a business staple since its launch in 1985 and is currently on its 29th iteration. The program’s flexibility, functionality, and robust user community have made it an office essential, and not just for Finance. Marketing, Product Management, Research, IT, even HR teams use Excel to manipulate data and produce reports.
What makes Excel so popular is its breadth and depth of functionality. From simple sums and equations to pivot tables and complex analysis, there are endless ways to use this powerhouse program. To stay at the top of your Excel game, continuing your education is a must. New Trizons IT offers classes that can teach you function fundamentals or advanced formulas and everything in between.