Xlteq build, develop and support both new and legacy Excel Spreadsheets. Our Excel developers add value beyond coding and working with you to get the most from Excel.
Our solutions are programmed in Excel VBA (Visual Basic Application) and save significant time, freeing you up to interpret and analyse data rather than creating it.
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Xlteq Excel development consultants work within companies of all sizes, covering multiple industry sectors and functions. Our solutions start with an analysis of your needs followed by a detailed proposal. The tools we build are bespoke and tailored to our clients' specific needs.
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Microsoft Corporation launched Excel in 1985 as a spreadsheet system to organise data in columns and row. Is has the capability to manipulate large amounts of data using formulas executing mathematical tasks.
Its predecessor, Lotus 1-2-3 dominated the market from 1982. Microsoft saw the opportunity to release a fast application with strong graphics to the Apple Inc. Macintosh computer user. Lotus 1-2-3 was not supported on Macintosh which allowed Excel to gain significant momentum up until Microsoft launched its new Windows operating system in 1987. Lotus were slow to respond and by the mid-1990s Excel, with its highly developed graphic interface and powerful functionality, was the dominant spreadsheet application.
Excel has evolved extensively over the years and in 2007 featured a new user interface allowing full sharing with other Microsoft products including PowerPoint and Word. This facilitates seamless data movement between applications. Other enhancements included security, formula writing, data sharing, filtering and sorting.
Excel has evolved to be the most important computer program in organisations all over the world. It is endemic in all functions across every industry and provides benefits for business process and flow. Excels power has become engrained in business processes globally from market analysis to budgeting, to management reporting.
Xlteq Excel development projects
Leading Auctioneer, Christies, came to Xlteq to help streamline and automate their global headcount reporting in Excel. This included real-time clarification of total headcount coupled with detailed location status functionality.
Danish financial services company, Nykredit, asked our Excel consultants for support with preparing their client investment portfolios. This task now takes less than a minute per customer and is delivered in a format selected by the client then presented as a visually effective Investment Portfolio Dashboard.
High-end candle and fragrance business, Parks Candles, came to us with a problem involving their production planning and supply needs. Xlteq conducted an in-depth review of the customer needs, and built a production planning model using Microsoft Excel.
Excel is the world's most popular spreadsheet application. Rapid application Excel VBA solutions show an immediate return on investment. You do not have to implement or pay for new software and can easily integrate with your existing systems.
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is readable programming code produced when recording a macro within Excel. In short, it’s the language that macros are written with. It’s the code that is read to action a task in Excel, automating tasks with varying degrees of complexity. VBA can turn repetitive manual procedures into single button applications. Beyond automation VBA allows you to build user interfaces ranging from simple buttons on a worksheet to complex user forms with powerful controls.
Automation, using VBA, can free companies from countless work-hours wasted every day performing repetitive tasks alongside removing human error and improving productivity.
Like the solutions, the challenges we help to resolve are from the entire spectrum of business functions.
Xlteq solve problems quickly and efficiently, with minimal disruption to your company and you. In addition, when appropriate, we will provide training so your employees can solve their individual problems on their own. Our Excel Consultants run Excel Clinics to cover specific issues for your employees.
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