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The Importance of Data Integration

by EASA Software in All Blog Posts, Software Integration

Whether through sales and marketing, accounting and customer service, or engineering and production, modern businesses generate massive amounts of data. EASA software can, in certain cases, be harnessed as a data integration tool, offering a range of benefits for businesses.

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How To Use Excel For Financial Modeling

by EASA Software in All Blog Posts, Spreadsheets

One key way companies are able to forecast their future performance accurately is through the implementation of financial modeling methods. But what exactly is financial modeling, what does it involve and how can companies execute it successfully?

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Why Digital Transformation is Important for Businesses

by EASA Software in All Blog Posts, Spreadsheets, Uncategorized

Digital transformation has emerged as something of a buzzword in the business world in recent times, as companies seek to reinvent themselves in the digital age. According to IDC, around 40% of all technology spending in 2019 was on digital transformation, with an overall outlay of around $2 trillion. From improved collaboration to streamlined business operations, there are many reasons why companies are adjusting their relationships with the digital sphere. 

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Why You Should Turn Excel Spreadsheets Into Web Apps

by EASA Software in All Blog Posts, Spreadsheets

Of all the software regularly used by businesses, Excel remains one of the most popular by far. Spreadsheets are essential tools for businesses to keep a whole host of their processes organized but, despite its benefits, there are many parts of Microsoft’s spreadsheet solution that are particularly inconvenient, and can even make life harder.

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COVID-19: Remote Working Issues & How to Solve Them

by EASA Software in All Blog Posts, Spreadsheets

With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing almost 60% of knowledge workers to do their jobs remotely, the future of work has well and truly arrived. Enterprise endpoints are scattered all over the place, leaving companies scrambling to optimize their technological architecture to ensure that their staff remain productive, and their valuable data secure. And with various analysts positing that remote working could become the new normal post-pandemic, the way we work may never be the same again.

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Understanding Low Code Development And Its Importance for Businesses

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Low-Code Development

Low code is a visual development approach to application building that doesn’t require traditional hand-coded computer programming.

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Spreadsheets: How Much of a Problem Are They?

by EASA Software in All Blog Posts, Spreadsheets

Wednesday, December 13, 2017 Spreadsheets: How Much of a Problem Are They? Written by  Keith Meintjes It is often said that MS Excel is by far the most widely used engineering tool on the planet, and I suspect that is true. But, there are many concerns over proper management and governance of spreadsheets. In CIMdata’s engagements […]

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The Three Most Common Excel Headaches, and an Aspirin-free Approach to Eliminating Them

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Spreadsheets

The Three Most Common Excel Problems EASA Solves Excel is universally loved for its flexibility, power and agility, but probably nearly as universally loathed for three problems it can create when users attempt to share critical spreadsheets, namely: 1. Lack of version control: Most of us have personally experienced the scenario of losing track of […]

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How Companies Can Deal with Sharing Excel Spreadsheets with Many Users

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Spreadsheets

Familiar, accessible and versatile, Excel spreadsheet software is used by an estimated half-billion people worldwide for business processes such as modelling, calculators, data storage and pricing. However, as the needs of a business grow, so do the challenges of using Excel, particularly when files are shared. So how can companies allow multiple users to share Excel files without these problems arising?

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Don’t Invest in That Expensive CPQ Solution Just Yet

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Software Integration

If your company sells products or services that are highly configurable, and your processes are not “cookie cutter,” then Excel is probably being used somewhere in your quote generation procedure. You are likely struggling with the ensuing chaos—version control challenges, proprietary information exposure, lack of an audit trail, and so forth. It is critical to […]

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