Dashboard Reporting in Modern ExcelWe are very excited to announce that the very popular “Dashboard Reporting in Modern Excel” is now available online as a live, webinar-style workshop! This interactive dashboards course will be run LIVE over three days from 10th – 12th November 2020, so you can join us wherever you are in the world. Download the brochure.

With the huge amount of data available to us every day, a well-built and designed dashboard report is one of the best ways to interpret and communicate large quantities of information. Using new Modern Excel tools, learn how to synthesise information into a logical framework, summarise it into a meaningful format, and then display the summary into easy-to-read tables and graphs using Excel or Power BI.

View the recording below from Tuesday 19th May 2020.

What is Modern Excel?

Any version of Excel released from Excel 2010 onward is referred to as “Modern Excel” because it introduced new tools such as Power Pivot, Power Query and Power BI. The introduction of these tools was the most exciting thing to happen in the Excel world since the PivotTable! Many of us struggle to make sense of all the data that is available in this information age and with such a deluge of reports and statistics which don’t mean anything or can’t be made sense of, it’s no wonder that data is often misinterpreted or not communicated at all.

Understanding how Modern Excel tools can help analyse data and create dashboards to communicate your message is a critical skill for Excel users today.

Sign up for the Live and Online Dashboard Reporting in Modern Excel Workshop.